Worth the visit. Take good walking shoes and a warm jumper - layers are best. Beautiful beautiful place!
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About Garnish Island
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Short boat trip over to this island is well worth it. There are seals basking as you pass, and if you are lucky,as we were you can see a sea eagle and other wildlife. The Italianate gardens are stunning. Plenty to see, and a nice...More
We decided to take the ferry to the island, there is a charge for the ferry and to go on the island but not overpriced for a change. The ferry people took us to see the seals etc. The island was lovely, full of gardens,...More
Lovely place to visit. Took ferry over with Queen of the Harbour ferry, they were very good to slow down & get close to the seals basking in the rocks as we passed so everyone could get photos. It's only 10 mins at the very...More
This is a trip worth doing and manageable for everyone of all ages. A short boat trip (run by a really friendly team) The Island itself is beautiful, you can spend as long as you like on it. The range ornamental plants and trees along...More
Lovely way to spend an afternoon. Beautiful gardens and stunning views. Lovely little cafe too. The Blue Pool Ferry guys really look after you and make sure you get to see the seals on the way over and way back and we were even lucky...More
In the lovely village of GlenGarriff, Ireland is a small harbor which has two ferry points taking you to Garinish Island. Cost for the ferry is Euro 10 for adults, Euro 5 for school aged (16 & under) children/teens. The boat ride takes about 10-15...More