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I believe this is the 'sunken church' on Inisheer. It was remarkable for its age and I found it kind of wild to think about how it was used and picture people inside. It's a nice walk (a bit long) on foot from the boat...More
Stopped here on a bike ride around the island. This was one of our favorite things on the island. It's so old, and gives a compelling picture of the cultural and geological history of the island. We really enjoyed that we could go into the...More
The church ruins are hidden within the cemetery on the hill. Once you enter the cemetery you can see the tops of the ruins. It is definitely worth your time to wander up there and see it. You don't have to be part of a...More
First - dress for any type of weather while touring the Aran Islands. It was sunny when we left Doolin and when we arrived to the island it was pouring rain and didn't stop the entire time we were there. The ancient chapel is a...More
With the help of a local guide my wife and I looked around the small Aran Island Inisheer. The drivers on the island all know to drive clockwise as the streets are narrow and unaware cyclists bicycling the wrong way cause a bit of jam!...More
It is quite a feeling to look out over Galway bay and the stone markers of the cemetery, and then turn one's gaze to the remains of this church. While the roof is long gone the stones are still intact, including the altar and an...More
The church is located on a hill, where the cemetery is. It has been excavated a few dozens year ago. Before that the church was covered with sand. There is a legend that if you pass through a tiny window of the church, you will...More