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Little-known gem on Inishmore

Definitely one of those off-the-beaten path sites. When my brother and I visited, we had to push... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
bmelloy1
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Galway, Ireland
Romantic Setting

High on the hills, surrounded by dry stone walls and some donkeys - this was a beautiful location... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
Leah M
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4 weeks ago
“Little-known gem on Inishmore”
29 Jun 2017
“Romantic Setting”
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Province of Connacht, Ireland
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Definitely one of those off-the-beaten path sites. When my brother and I visited, we had to push our way through some brambles that had grown over the path. It's not a site commonly visited, and it gets overshadowed by the much bigger and more well-known...More

Thank bmelloy1
Reviewed 30 June 2017

High on the hills, surrounded by dry stone walls and some donkeys - this was a beautiful location. Well worth the visit and the rugged pathways to explore the vicinity and the views. We had a blast here with the kids.

Thank Leah M
Reviewed 19 July 2016

This circle fort can be seen from the road and is easy enough to walk to, though definitely up hill at points. Once you get there you are free to walk around both inside and out...that said, there isn't much to see other than the...More

Thank WorldTravelerJL18
Reviewed 7 June 2016

Randomly decided to check this place out. Even though the island was crazy busy at this time. This place was empty!! I had it all to myself! It's a great fort, yest it's a bit less impressive compared to the other ones on the island...More

Thank Sullimeag
Reviewed 25 July 2015

We noticed this fort from the road to the end of the island and decided to visit it - well, with such a long name, I figured it deserved some attention! Anyway, it's a great fort - there were no other people there when we...More

Thank Robbie-C-G
Reviewed 19 June 2015

It is a MUST see if you are visiting the island. I was actually not all that interested in seeing it and my friend insisted. I am so glad he did! AMAZING!!

Thank Stephie306
Reviewed 1 June 2014

A nice walk, peaceful place to be. Loved it! Has great views of Conemara across the ocean, definitely worth the hike

Thank Puffallump
Reviewed 1 March 2011

Dun Eoghanachta is located at the end of the the island away from Kilronan. It consists of two circular terraced stone walls. There are several small stone houses inside. If you climb to the top on a clear day you can see the right across...More

Thank Lollymcd
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