The Banshees of Inisherin was filmed in Ireland.
Cloughmore - Wild Atlantic Way - roadside
Scene where Pádraic Súilleabháin walks with a donkey across the field to the pub
Scene was shot This Cloughmore location is close to the other scene from this movie and is also part of The Wild Atlantic Way, one of the longest defined coastal routes in the world. It’s 1.600 miles (2600 km) in length.
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Cloughmore - Wild Atlantic Way
Scene where Pádraic and Calm seat near a pub with a glass of beer.
Scene was shot The pub was built for the movie and was probably taken away afterwards.
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The rock on the island next to Dominic's house
Scene where Padrick and Dominic discuss his behavior in the pub
Scene was shot at Dun Aongasa, a popular tourist attraction, is an important archaeological site. It is one of several prehistoric hill-fortresses in the Aran Islands. It is not known exactly when Dun Aongasa was built, but it is now believed that most of the structures date back to the Bronze and Iron Ages.
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Scene was shot in the Keem Bay on Achill Island. The beach in the bay was named one of the best beaches in the world by the global travel site Big 7 Travel last year. Earlier in 2021, the travel website Lonely Planet named it one of the best beaches in Europe. And in 2020, the scenic beach was voted by Irish people as their favorite vacation spot in a poll conducted by online lottery company Lottoland.
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