The twin holiday villages of Narin and Portnoo are delightfully situated beyond Kilclooney in the shelter of the hills on the south side of Gweebarra Bay. Narin has a fine sandy beach 1.5mi/2.5km long and an 18-hole golf course. At low tide it is possible to walk or paddle to the little islet of Inishkeel. This tidal island was the early ecclesiastical site of Conall Caol, which was founded in the 6th Century AD. The ruins of two early Christian churches are to be found there. The old graveyard contains ornamental cross slabs dating from the 7th and 8th century. The island is accessible on foot during low tide from Nairn beach.