Inishillintry is a small uninhabited island living off the east coast of Cruit Island in the center of the Cruit Sound. The island comprises two seperate islands joined together by a raised shingle and sand beach. Between the islands at their northern end is a deep tidal channel with a nice vertical wall above deep water at high tide.
The best approach to the island is by kayak from one of the public slipways and piers on both Cruit Island and Kincasslagh on the Donegal mainland. Inishillintry is protected from the worst of the sea motion from all directions and usually lives in relatively calm seas compared the the west side of Cruit Island.
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