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How can you pass up a 3,000 year old stone circle that’s walking distance from the village square! The site is on private land with free public walking and driving access, as required by law. Although it’s surrounded by cypress trees, one can get a...More
This historic site is easy walking distance from any point in town. There's a 2 Euro entrance fee (honor). Folks have used a small tree on the property as a "prayer" / "wish" tree and have hung pieces of paper and other items from its...More
This was a short walk from the center of town. It's okay. It's not awesome. I suppose it is something you need to see if you're in Kenmare. The entrance fee (2 euro) is on the honor system. The cute thing is that there is...More
Popped over to see the Stone circle from the early Bronze Age in Kenmare, it is walking distance from the Main town Street, has well maintained surrounding garden areas with an honesty entrance system of €2 per person. Beautiful and serene
We visited with a local guide around 11 am. It's quite a peaceful spot. We visited with a local guide who explained that stone circles shouldn't be surrounded by trees as the sun needs to shine through the stones. However it is still well worth...More
A short walk from the heart of downtown, this stone circle is easy to get to. Fitting of it's location, the circle is mown and maintained. The stones may date back but it really does feel like you're visiting someone's landscaped yard. Glad I had...More
Just a short walk from town. There is an honesty box where you pay a very reasonable admission fee of 2 Euros per person. there are 15 stones, dating back to the bronze age. It's very tranquil and thought provoking.