The largest monastic site in Ireland, it includes a large wall with several towers that encloses several acres, as well as foundations and remnants of a 900-year old religious community. There's no tour, no signage, just a bunch of evocative ruins out in a field that you are free to roam and imagine what it was like in 1200 AD.
Bonus tip: if you like this sort of thing, there is a much lesser-known site called Kilree just 2km to the south that is also worth visiting, which includes a round tower and an elaborately carved high cross out in the middle of a cow pasture.
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