Inishbofin Island or Inis Bó Finne is situated about 2.5 km off the coast of beautiful North West Donegal. An Irish speaking Island, it is the largest of three Islands between Machaire Uí Robhartaigh Pier and the more famous Tory Island. The island is approximately 1.2km wide and 2km long with a small seasonal population of about 50 people. It is a quiet, untouched island with beauty and scenery all but as good as that of a Caribbean Island. It is a lovely island, a good place to get away and relax, with its small cluster of old white washed island houses gleaming in the sun and with its beautiful sandy beaches that would seem as no-one had ever set eyes on before. The island is a great spot for any bird watchers with many species, rare and common including the Corncrake. The island is a great place for walking and the scenery is superb, it is also a great spot for canoeing or kayaking and you can explore the seas around the island. It is a great tourist attraction and I would encourage any one who enjoys the beautiful scenery of the West Coast of Ireland to visit Inishbofin and be mesmerised by the beauty of the place.
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