Kilcummin is rich in history, dating back 6,000 years and blessed with spectacularly beautiful coastal scenery. The area is full of remnants of Neolithic existence dating back to between 4,000 and 2,500 BC and more recently the French invasion in 1798.

The area west of Kilcummin, which includes the Ceide Fields and Belderrig, was inhabited nearly 6,000 years ago by a large population of dairy farmers who created Megalithic structures during this age. The word megalithic describes structures made of large stones and comes from the Ancient Greek meaning “great stone”.

On this tour you will learn about Kilcummin’s rich history, visit its quaint pier and view their rolling countryside. This untouched land is a beautiful area of the west of Ireland which is off the beaten path and definitely worth a visit while enjoying a relaxing boating experience.

Duration: 1 hour

Passengers: Maximum 8