Long Island (Irish: Inis Fada, meaning "long island"), is an island that lies on the Wild Atlantic Way, south of Schull in West Cork. It has a permanent population of no more than 10. The island is named for being 4.8 km long and only 0.8 km wide. The island’s most distinctive landmark is Copper Point lighthouse at its eastern end, marking the entrance to Schull Harbour. The population was recorded at over 300 inhabitants in the 1840's.
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