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Gorumna Island, Galway travel

Connected to the mainland by the Béal an Daingin Bridge, one of our readers’ entries made

this trip an enviable one. From Omey to Claddaghduff, from Cleggan to Inishbofin – fuchsia laden hedges and deep warm evening swimming at the piers – who needs Greco-Roman shores when island hopping is available here outside our doors? Six miles north of Malin Head is a 114 acre deserted island which the last inhabitants left in 1928. Now you’ll find ruined dwellings, old field systems, wild deer, eider duck, and a deserted lighthouse. Easily accessible from Malin Head, Bunagee or Portaleen. Read more: https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/travel/50-wild-things-to-do-in-ireland-1.1820659
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