Said to be the most unchanged of the three Aran Islands, Inishmaan's 4km landscape has an exceptional range of flora, including orchids, cowslips, honeysuckle and more.
Wander and weave through small lanes, sheltered paths and trails that intersect the island. Breathe in the peaceful atmosphere on the deserted sandy beaches on the north shore and gaze at the early settlements that dot the limestone karst landscape. Or ramble the rocky hillsides that look out on the south coast.
Book a ticket and hop on a ferry from Galway or Doolin in County Clare, or take to the skies and fly onto the island.