Ya know in the start, the bit with the music. ;) Pretty cool to go have a look and its a pleasant, leisurely 20 min walk from the ferry. There are animals in fields etc along the way. Good spot for a Kodak moment. I recommend you go have a look. You can rent bikes and cycle out there too.
Room was draughty and dirty. Our bedding was covered in rust by the morning. The wind howled through the portholes all night. We were kept awake most of the night by seagulls and waves. Wifi was none existent. As was electricity. My wife was dismayed when she wanted to use her straighteners. As for breakfast. Forget it..unless you bring your...
Worth going to Inisheer just to see this! It took about 15 mins to walk to and only a couple of other people there to see it - a nice surprise considering how busy the harbour area was. It is huge! Try to put people in your photos otherwise when you get home the boat looks like a toy in...
Famously appears on the opening credits of Father Ted and located on Inis Oirr the Plassey Wreck is well worth a visit. Stranded on a rocky outcrop, you can walk around the ship's carcass and it truly makes a splendid photo opportunity with its rusting metal becoming part of the rocky landscape.
Huge! Very interesting and great views of the cliffs of Moher from here! I heard the ship crashed while carrying Whiskey! We walked to it from the pier, bit of a walk in the heat but next time would get the pony and trap ride just for the experience! Worth the visit!
The Plassey is HUGE, with great beaches to walk around and explore the sealife (mussels, conch shells, etc) And such a beautiful view of the Cliffs of Moher as well! I HIGHLY recommend seeing the Plassey if you are visiting Inis Oirr!
The wreck was up on rocks and very accessible for all to see. I was curious about it but there was no information forthcoming-had to google it to find details. The day was beautiful so we took lots of photos. Bringing my family back during the summer.
Of course this is an iconic place given how popular Father Ted is but aside from that it is an awesome sight! No health and safety here at the moment, just one crumbling wreck. Not sure how much longer it will stand there for but I'm thrilled I got to see it.