Ireland have numbers of Islands, out of them is Great Blasket Island. In our pervious post we Mingle in Dingle. If you have missed it CLICK here for more details.
Great Blasket island is full of history, beautiful scenic views, walk on the green mountain, birds and abundant sea life.
How to reach Great Blasket Island ?
Fast ferry service from Dingle Marina operates tour to Blasket Island !! I experienced via Dingle Boat Tours, which is a perfect choice to explore this Island.
Travel straight from harbour to all the way to majestic Dingle Coastline.
Tip: If you book this tour, free glimpse of fungi Dolphins included.
Explore Great Blasket Island !!
Basket Island is an abundant Island and evacuated in 1953. Reason of evacuation was the lack of communication, emergency assistance from mainland and extreme weather Condition.
Basket Island is approximately 4 miles long. Surfing throw Dingle coastline with a beautiful scenic views reaches to its destination from ferry. You have 4 relaxing hours to explore this extraordinary place.
Walk with the Beauty at Great Blasket Island
Blasket Island looped walk took around 2.5 hour to complete. It’s the most amazing walk of my life with breathtaking scenic view of uninhibited Island.
Soak into Water at Great Blasket Island
Visiting in Summers gives a chance to Dip yourself into stunning White Strand on Blasket Island. Beware from the of Sea Life (Seal, Dolphin, Mink Whales and Hump Whales) on the beach.
Spot the Seal Life at Great Blasket Island
Basket Island have the seconds largest population of Seal Colony. Spot seals and grey seals specially in the breeding period (September-October)
Discovery History at Great Blasket Island
Explore the history by visiting old remains on this Island. This tour have awesome guides to tell you the true stories from this Island.
Coffee Shop overlooking the Great Blasket Island
It’s the only Shop at the Blasket Island for you ! Take a stop and enjoy the warmth of coffee with the extraordinary scenic view.
It’s a Perfect Day escape to meet with the Mother Nature. It’s Less what the Eyes See and more what the Soul feels.