Cruising by Inishnabro Cruises
Many Irish cities and towns are famed for their churches and religious sites, but there is one ‘cathedral’ along Ireland’s spectacular Wild Atlantic Way that a lot of people may have never even heard of, let alone seen, called Inishnabro. [ReadMoreMob]
Ok, so Inishnabro isn’t actually a cathedral as such. In fact, its an incredible rock formation that Mother Nature has crafted to rival the grandeur of even the most magnificent gothic-style architectural wonders. Its towering sea stacks, which resemble church spires reaching out of the Atlantic Ocean to the skies above, make for an incredible sight, and cruising by on a smaller-sized Fred. Olsen ship is a chance to see them in all their glory.