Upturned currachs on a beach on Inis Oirr
Collection:Bord Failte
Description:A photograph of upturned currachs on a beach on Inis Oirr. Inis Oirr is the smallest of the three Aran Islands. The Aran Islands are off the west coast of Ireland. A currach is a type of rowboat used off the west coast of Ireland. There are rocks on the beach, and there is a house and a ruin very close to the beach. Beyond the beach, there is a road, and there is a stone wall on each side of this road. There are electricity poles along the road. Beyond the road, there is a rocky hill, and there are three ruins on this hill - two of castles and one of a church.