Plan a trip to magnificent Sceilg Mhichíl whose isolation in the Atlantic helped to preserve and protect the monastic remains.
Pre-book your seat in the boat and visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sceilg Mhichíl is an internationally renowned site for breeding seabirds with its steep rocky slopes providing nesting places for colourful puffins. This combination of cultural and natural history imbues the island with a strong sense of beauty and spirituality.
Climb up the 500 steps that wind up the 1000-year-old stone stairway. See the stone beehive huts where monks lived and prayed centuries ago that cling to cliff edges alongside oratories, a cemetery, stone crosses, holy wells and Church of St. Michael.