Heir Island

The jewel in the crown of Carbery's 100 Isles. It encompasses 360 acres of fertile land, it has 25 year round residents. When all the 45 houses are occupied during the summer months the population swells to 150. The island does not have a pub and in all aspects is very safe.

silver sandy beach

The Reen

One of the seven silver sandy beaches on Heir Island where the Atlantic waters are absolutely pure, the Gulf Stream helps to keep water temperatures reasonably consistent throughout the year.

The Dún

The Dún is one of the many caves and creeks on the island which can be explored by kayak.

The Dun

Fastnet Rock

Fastnet The last outpost of Europe, the last land siting for all westward bound emigrants, conversely it played a major role in communications in the early telegraph days. It is the westerly point of the biannual Fastnet Yacht Race.

Pilot Whale

Pilot Whale Saving a Pilot Whale with guests from Camp Seagull May 2001 Pilot Whale

Pilot Whale

The Arch

The Arch

The Arch

Kilcoe Castle

Jeremy Irons residence in Roaringwater Bay.

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Kilcoe Castle


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