Inis Mór meaning the big island], the largest of the three islands, is approximately 12km by 3km.
The most impressive of the many historical monuments on the island is the famous Dún Aonghasa, a pre historic stone fort at the edge of a cliff. This is considered to be one of the most important heritage sites in Europe. National Geographic rates the view from here as one of the Top 10 Ocean Views in the world.
You’ll find many more pre-historic and early Christian ruins to explore on the island, along with unspoilt sandy beaches, miles of stone walls, stunning cliff walks, and spectacular ocean views. Visit the Island Heritage Centre where the story and culture of these islands is chronicled.
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