Inis Bo Finne (Island of the White Cow), on the Wild Atlantic Way, lies seven miles off Galway’s coast. The island's population has shrunk dramatically since pre-famine times. In 1837, over 1400 people lived on Inishbofin. By 1881, the number was under 1000. Today there are about 160 inhabitants.
View from Inishbofin island beach towards Inishark islandInishbofin sunriseInishbofin cottageInishbofin boatsInishbofin cottage ruinWhite tower beacon on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwayInishbofin island chickenOld boats on Inishbofin islandThe green walking trail on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwaySunrise off Inishbofin island on the Galway coastDun Mor cliffs on Inishbofin islandHen on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwayBeach on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwaySunset on Inishbofin island off the Galway coastDucks feeding on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwaySign on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwayBull and a hen in a garden on Inishbofin island off the coast of GalwayBeach and walking trail on Inishbofin island off the Galway coastChickens on Inishbofin island off the Galway coastCottage on Inishbofin island off the Galway coast