An absolute breath taking transportation to the impressive ways of civilizations past. A real sense of mortality and appreciation for the nature of our ancestors intelligence. GO SEE IT
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A tourist attraction with almost no tourists! A mystical and gorgeous place with incredible views and few visitors when we went in September. The circle is open to explore; you can even climb onto the stone altar. Good signage, but not too much keeps the...More
This circle is in very good condition and you can walk inside and around it. You can touch the stones and altar. Lovely views of the country side from it to the ocean. There is a stone base from a hut and a water trough...More
Very informative and historic site. Our tour guide Hugh with Inishfree Ireland Music Tours explained the various areas on this place and how it must have been thousands of years ago. Not crowded and a Must See.
Drombeg is a must see. It is well maintained with good signage describing the stones and the history of the place. The well was full of tadpoles the day we were there and wild flowers abound. It is remote and very atmospheric. Best of all,...More
This ancient site east of Glandore village is very impressive. There's parking off the narrow country lanes which lead to the site, to its left pass through the iron gate and follow the path leading to the standing stones. The stones are of a smaller...More
An interesting little site with some great features still clear to see. A couple of information boards with some facts on and everything really well looked after. Good car park a minutes walk from the stones and all free to enter. Worth a short detour.