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The main pier viewed from across the harbour at Cromwell's Fort. The island has a good few hotels, guesthouses, self-catering accommodation and some excellent restaurants. It is famous for its traditional Irish music in the pubs in the evenings.
Entering the Harbour
The sun shone generously - photos taken during a week when the rest of Ireland was being inundated and England almost disappeared under water.
Sunny Inishbofin
Not one of the official walks as it's a bit dangerous but it's an interesting hike around the harbour - only accessible at low tide and good shoes needed.
Cromwell's Fort
The view from Cromwell's Fort. Built in 1652 Cromwell turned the island into a penal colony for priests.
Looking Out
This flock of geese wanders around the island's harbour area unperturbed by humans. Here seen at Cromwell's Fort.
Inishbofin Geese
The rising tide separates the small island on which Cromwell's Fort stands from the Inishbofin 'mainland'
Cut off at High Tide