Teresa and Padraig will assist you in planning a rugged, coastal walk or a ramble through the maze of stone walls all over the island. There are 2 ancient stone forts which have very significant archaeological merit and date back to 2000 BC. Dún Chonchúir ( Conors Fort ) is just across the road from An Dun B&B and Restaurant and Dún na Fearbhaí is found on the east side of the island. Both forts are easily accessed from the main road and there is no entry fee. Teach Synge ( Synges Cottage ) is located next door to An Dún and is open for visitors during the tourist season.
Inis Meain is also an ideal destination for walking, rock fishing, diving, astronomy, botany and of course the leisurely enjoyment of an island holiday. No visit to Inis Meain is complete without a visit to the Teach Osta, the local traditional island pub. Live traditional music, open turf fire and a chance to hear and share in the local Irish language.