Inishmore Island (officially Inis Mor) is the largest of Aran Islands (central-western Ireland). It is located in Galway Bay (sea lough), covers a total area of 31 km2 (12 ml2) and has population under 1,000.
Inishmore is most famous for the locals' strong Irish culture, amazing coastline scenery and numerous Pre-Christian era archeological sites.
The island's landscape features limestone pavements, crisscrossing cracks and isolated rocks (flat pavement like slabs). Inishmore (and the other Aran Islands) are among the world's most easily recognizable natural landmarks.
Inishmore Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Inishmore Island dock (anchor) at Kilronan - port town on the northeastern coast.