Clonfert Monastic Site/St. Brendans Church, County Galway Ireland. A monastery was founded at Clonfert by St Brendan in 563 and the saint is said to be buried there. St. Brendan the Navigator or Voyager founded the original monastery at Clonfert in the 6th Century. An inveterate traveller, St. Brendan journeyed far and wide to Wales and Scotland before returning to Ireland. According to legend, he even ventured as far as America.
Inishbofin: “A beautiful island off the northwest coast of Co Galway with several wide sandy beaches and rich archaeology. Inishbofin has that rare mix of peace and tranquillity, a fragile environment, and a busy social and artistic scene for those who seek it out. Within minutes of disembarking from a busy ferry, people of all ages and nationalities melt into the landscape. Inishbofin’s economy relies very heavily on visitors, but there is a natural warmth.”
Entdecken Sie Irland! So mancher Smalltalk beginnt in Irland mit dem Standardthema Wetter. Die Bemerkung „Isn't it a nice day today“ ist nicht nur der perfekte Einstieg für die ste...