Croisín – The little cross. A village on the Galway / Ennis road, north of Inchicronan Lough. On an island in the lough are the ruins of an Augustinian Abbey founded by the O’Briens. Inchicronan means ‘St Crónán’s Island’. The area around Crusheen has a number of monuments (wedge grave, ruined castles, churches). There are also several small local lakes suitable for the coarse angler. The village has a particularly pleasant thatched pub, Fogartys, with two open fires.