Garnish Island

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Garnish Island (properly Garinish Island or Garinis in Irish or Ilnacullin or sometimes Illaunacullin, derives from Oileán an Chulinn in Irish meaning 'island of holly') is a very tranquil, popular tourist attraction in Ireland, located in the small harbour of Glengarriff, County Cork which forms part of Bantry Bay. Ilnacullin is the name used by the National Parks and Monuments Service to differentiate it from Garinish Island in Co Kerry.

There is an open water swimming circumnavigation around Garnish Island called the GaddinAbtGarnish organized by Oswald Schmidt.

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