Achill Island

Achill Island is an island just off the coast of in the west of Ireland, linked by a bridge to the mainland. It's Ireland's largest island, with some farming but mostly uncultivated heath and hills.
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Localities in the Area

Gob an Choire or Gob a' Choire, formerly anglicised as Gubacurra, is a Gaeltacht village in , . Photo: David Quinn, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Tóin an tSeanbhaile is a small village located on the north east point of Achill Island, . Photo: Yurgenphogen, CC BY 3.0.

Achill Island

53.9625° or 53° 57' 45" north
-9.9903° or 9° 59' 25" west
Open Location Code
47 metres (154 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Basque: Achill uhartea
  • Breton: Acaill
  • Catalan: Acaill
  • Cebuano: Achill Island
  • Chinese: 阿基爾島
  • Czech: Acaill
  • Danish: Achill Island
  • Dutch: Achill
  • Dutch: Achill Island
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: اكيل
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: اكيل ايسلاند
  • Esperanto: Insulo Akla
  • French: Île d'Achill
  • French: île d'Achill
  • Gaelic (Scots): Acaill
  • Gaelic (Scots): Oileán Acla
  • Gallegan: Acaill
  • Gallegan: Achill - Acaill
  • Georgian: აკილი
  • German: Acaill
  • German: Achill
  • German: Achill Island
  • Greek: Άκιλ
  • Indonesian: Pulau Achill
  • Irish: Acaill
  • Italian: Achill Island
  • Japanese: アキル島
  • Korean: 아킬섬
  • Latvian: Akila
  • Lithuanian: Akailo sala
  • Manx: Aghill
  • Norwegian: Achill
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Achill
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Achill
  • Polish: Achill
  • Polish: Wyspa Achill
  • Portuguese: Achill
  • Russian: Акилл
  • Slovak: Acaill
  • Spanish: Isla Achill
  • Swedish: Achill
  • Tamil: அக்கில் தீவு
  • Tamil: அச்சில் தீவு
  • Welsh: Ynys Achill

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