While on the beautiful island of Inis oir, I went on a pony and trap to see the island. We stopped off at the plassy walked along the rocks to get to the shipwreck. The man on the trap told us the story of what happened. There was no rush, we saw the beautiful mountains of Mourne. Excellent place to... 更多
Visited Inisheer island on Saturday 15th Sept 2016. We left from Doolin and were gifted with glorious sunshine for the day. Walked by the golden beach down to the wreck of the Plassy where we had our lunch looking across the water to Doolin. Walked back to the pier and had a lovely pint of Guinness in the front garden... 更多
Stopped here on our bike ride around the island. Walked all the way around it on the rocks with wonderful views inside the ship and of the rocks with rust stains on them. There were people climbing into the ship, but it didn't look too save to me. But definitely walk down to and around it.
Was a great part of our island tour. Rust ridden now but the story behind it is fascinating, as told by our guide. This ship was blown up to the land where it remains today by a high squall. We got out of our wagon and walked up to it.
Fortified by one of Susan Daly's magnificent breakfasts (see review Daly's House, Doolin) we boarded the Happy Hooker Doolin2Aran ferry at Doolin’s Pier bound for Inis Oirr (pronounced Inisheer), the smallest and the closest of the three Aran islands. This was a super day out. 30 minutes on the Happy Hooker, 3 and a half hours to cycle round the... 更多
Me my dad and my brother all went to in is oir together we rented bikes and cycled all the way around inis oir. And at the end we stopped off at tigh Ned for some lunch. Enjoyed plassey wreck and plassey wreck.
This is a very interesting site to see and well worth visiting. The Plassey has been here for 56 years and is a must see for your Inis Oirr visit. Positioned on one end of the island on a rocky landscape. Over the years it has suffered more damage due to the Atlqntic storms and is actually splitting in the... 更多
This Island was so amazing!!! And this shipwreck was part of the experience. I took SO many pictures of the Plassey Ship Wreck cause it was so intriguing. As we walked around it the crows even gave it an errie feel. It was a kinda spooky , but definitely worth the walk over the rocks!!!