Inishturk is a small, beautiful island located 9 miles off the west coast of Mayo. It rises boldly from the wild North Atlantic in wall-like cliffs to the northwest and steep hills to the north. Only 5km by 2.5km in size, the island offers plenty to do and see; hill walking, scuba diving, angling, fishing, swimming and boat trips to neighbouring islands. Historical places of interest include: Port An Dun, the remains of a 9th Century fort; The Old Church, dating back to the 16th Century; The Present Graveyard; and The Signal Tower, rising 722ft above sea level. The main embarkation point to Inishturk is Roonagh Pier with daily ferry sailings to the island.
Ferry to the island takes approximately 50 minutes
Access by ferry
Inishturk Island, Co. Mayo, Ireland
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