Slí Thoraí (The Tory Island Way) is approx 9 km long and covers the whole of Tory Island. The walk starts from the pier in West Town and follows a looped waymarked route to the west of the island out to the Lighthouse and returns to the town via the artist’s hut and cliffs of the northern coast of the island where you may see seals swimming near the cliffs.
The second part of the walk heads east out of the town passed an old torpedo to Port an Duin and onto Dun Bhaloir (Balor’s Fort) the remains of an iron age fort and with views over An Eochair (The Anvil) an outstanding 400-metre long rock ridge sticking out into the Atlantic ocean. Return to the starting point in West Town via the same route as you went out.
View the island Facebook page here. You will also find plenty of activities and sights on the island and around the local area(Click on the links below for more details):-
- Tory Island Ferry
- Wild Atlantic Way Discover Point
- Bell Tower
- Dun Bhaloir & An Tor Mor Viewpoint
- Magheroarty Beach
- Magheroarty Walk
- Kitty’s Kayaks
- Narosa Life Surf School
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