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This is an interesting chapel ruins, similar in some ways to the one at the Rock of Cashel but with some unique elements. Be sure to look for the Ogham stone and alphabet stone, as well as the sundial. There is also a narrow hole...More
Lovely old stone church. We found that visiting the graveyard and ruins was a haunting experience. So many ruined churches across the Irish landscape. Worth the visit, but our late afternoon timing was bad as it was crowded with two tour buses.
We had this on the plans bc on our 25th wedding anniversary we wanted to renew our vows at the Ogham Stone. We found it the day before and saw that nobody was there.
The next day on our anniversary I said the my husband,...More
Fantastic historic church complex. In addition to the Romanesque church, there is a medieval sundial, an early christian stone cross and an ogham stone. Superbly atmospheric and still used by the community. For me, this is a must visit site on the "Wild Atlantic Way"...More
During our travels in the Dingle area, this was a great stop. There was a great combination of early Christianity and ancient Ireland. Some of the items included a sun dial with Ogham writings. Truly amazing.