Cruising by Inishkea islands Cruises

Abandoned village on Inishkea South island on the Wild Atlantic Way in Mayo in Ireland.
Abandoned village on Inishkea South island on the Wild Atlantic Way in Mayo in Ireland.

The islands of Inishkea, situated off the coast of Ireland’s Mullet Peninsula along Wild Atlantic Way, are a collection of low-lying, golden-beach-framed desolate lands, named after the barnacle geese that migrate to the archipelago each winter.[ReadMoreMob]

Uninhabited since the 1930s, though some visitors still have holiday homes on the main islands, the only residents of Inishkea are their geese, other species of sea birds and large colonies of grey seals. As you sail by, have your binoculars to hand to look-out for the native wildlife, living freely amongst the islands’ beautiful scenery.

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Loughs, Isles and Iconic Sites of Ireland

Loughs, Isles and Iconic Sites of Ireland

Departs: Southampton • Tue 03 Aug 2021
9 nights • Braemar • M2119

  • Circumnavigating the ‘Emerald Isle’, taking in scenic and city highlights along the way, makes for an immersion into Ireland’s incredible beauty and rich culture.
  • Scenic cruising on small ship Braemar will be unforgettable; you’ll navigate the spectacular Killary Fjord and Lough Swilly, see the mighty Cliffs of Moher and much more.
  • Ashore, Cobh and Belfast display seafaring heritage and links to Titanic; Galway offers seafood and medieval history; and there are iconic highlights aplenty to uncover in Dublin.

From £1,349pp

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