Inishbofin is a small island off the coast of County Galway, Ireland. With a population of 170 and accessible only by ferry, it’s a quiet retreat away from the mainland. My favorite part about visiting was renting a bicycle and exploring the beaches…and having them all to myself!
10 thoughts on “The Beaches of Inishbofin”
Hi Jolene, Have been visiting Inishbofin now for 23 years and recently stayed in November which was so beautiful. Your photos are lovely.
Thank you, Aisling! I hope to visit there again as well. It’s great to find quiet places like Inishbofin that haven’t been discovered by most of Ireland’s tourists.
Love, love, love that shell photo!
Thanks! Those shells are now in Bellingham, decorating my shelves at home. 🙂
These photos really convey the feeling of those landscapes, great work Jolene! Exploring anywhere by bicycle sounds like so much fun 😀
Thanks, Suzette! Exploring by bicycle is great for many reasons – mostly for working off those hearty Irish breakfasts! 😉
Your photos continue to dazzle, Jolene!
Excellent photos of a beautiful place. It’s like a dream. Good work Jolene. 🙂
Gorgeous landscapes, great compositions! Love the old boats image.