"Inishturk (Inis Toirc in Irish, meaning Island of the Wild Boar) is an inhabited island off the coast of County Mayo.It is home to approx 68 people. The island sits atop cliffs and steep hills that drop down to the Atlantic. It is only 5km by 2.5km in size and yet it is rich in archaeological sites, such as the old Napoleonic Era Signal Tower, Port An Dun, a natural lagoon once used by pirates and numerous signs of Bronze Age life.
Inhabited on and off since 4000 BC, the island offers hillwalkers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the stunning cliffs and abundant birdlife that call the cliffs home.You can then relive the wonderful experiences of the day over a pint and later a home cooked meal as you relax in family run guesthouses soaking up the Island atmosphere.
We can arrange day trips for people with limited time but to really experience Inishturk at it`s best we recommend a night or two.
Day trips cost €65 per person(min 4 people)Lunches are extra.
Contact us for overnight and extended stay options.
Fishing can also be arranged."