Gorumna Island is in Connamara on the west coast of Ireland and is well known for its wild and natural beauty. It is linked to the mainland and other islands by a series of bridges and causeways.
Around every corner are fantastic views of mountains, oceans and coastal inlets.
The area abounds with holy wells, narrow roads, stone walls and flora and fauna such as fuchsia, blackberry and heather.
A gem along The Wild Atlantic Way.