Inishkeel Old Monastic Site
There are two churches on the island dating from the 6th century. They were built by St. Conall Cael, cousin of St. Columba, who was exiled to the island as punishment for killing his father in a moment of rage.
The island of Inishkeel is a tidal island, which means that it can only be reached at the low tide so before walking over to the island to view the ruins on the site check the tide times here.
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You will find plenty of activities and sights in and around the town (Click on the links below for more details):-
- Narin & Portnoo Golf Course
- Fintown Railway
- Glengesh Pass
- Assaranca Waterfall
- Maghera Beach and Caves
- Bonny Glen Woods
- Narin and Portnoo Beach And WAW Discovery
- Kilclooney Dolmen
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