Uragh Stone Circle

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Uragh Stone Circle
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Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins • Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Tom C
Dublin, Ireland7 contributions
Stunning stone circle in a very atmospheric isolated location.
Aug 2020
Stunning stone circle in a very atmospheric isolated location. Well worth a visit, the approach road is narrow.
Written 21 August 2020
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Beth_sage
Minnetonka, MN529 contributions
Incredible circle and setting
Oct 2019
This circle is set in an incredible valley, with a nice waterfall in the distance. It started to rain so our visit was short. There was one sheep to greet us and pose (so it seemed) - so you will be walking through fields with sheep. Its a bit off the beaten path but I think it is really worth the visit.
Written 19 October 2019
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kritter52
New Prague, MN63 contributions
Worth a visit
Sep 2019
A little off the beaten path...which is what we were looking for. You literally drive through sheep pastures. Be sure to close the gate as you enter the property. The circle is a short walk from the car park. Beautiful views.
Written 16 October 2019
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Debbie V
Bovenkarspel, The Netherlands76 contributions
Beautiful
Oct 2019
I have to admit that we only called in here after driving to Gleninchaquin Park and finding it unexpectedly closed. I am so glad that we decided to visit this site on the way back to the main road. The circle itself is a short walk from the parking area and is stunning with a wonderful backdrop of mountains, lakes and waterfalls. If you are able, do walk the km or so up to the boulder burial site and fulacht fia site, well-signposted but a bit muddy when we visited. Well worth the small contribution of €4.
Written 13 October 2019
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Gerry
Cork, Ireland13 contributions
Stunning
Aug 2019
One of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. As stone circles go this has to be the best. It's situation is stunning between two lakes.
Written 1 October 2019
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FayeJ42
Houston, Texas406 contributions
Lovey views
Sep 2019
There is a short drive off the main road along a one lane road to reach this stone circle. Google maps helped us to find it. A box is set up to collect an entrance fee that allows one to see the stone circle and a famine cottage made of stone. The views are lovely and require only a short stroll on nearly flat ground.
Written 8 September 2019
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jhawk10002018
Wichita, KS23 contributions
Spiritual experience amidst beauty
Sep 2018
This was the high point of our latest trip to Ireland. We had researched stone circles and wanted to see this one. We stayed in Ballydavid, Ireland on the Dingle Peninsula and it was a short drive from our B&B to Killarney then on to the Uragh Stone Circle. You must navigate a very narrow road with pull-offs if you meet an oncoming car for about 3 miles but when you turn the corner it is like paradise. Sheep grazing the green hills, the over 4,000-year-old stone circle in a meadow surrounded by a lake, a stream, waterfalls and green grass with sheep grazing. It was so peaceful and you could go to the monument stones without fences and respect the age and the meaning of the circle. Certainly, an experience to always remember.
Written 2 July 2019
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Trixie696
Balbriggan, Ireland45 contributions
Picturesque
Jun 2019 • Couples
Beautiful scenic walk in gorgeous location. Real taste of Ireland and it’s history. Don’t miss this one.
Written 7 June 2019
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190EileenS
Lauragh, Ireland64 contributions
Gentle afternoon stroll
May 2019 • Couples
We love this easy walk to the uragh stone circle.there are beautiful views in every direction from the circle. It's an easy stroll for elderly people and young children and everyone in between.as it's on private property the nominal fee is well worth it to maintain the walkway.we recommend it to everyone.
Written 14 May 2019
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djkaitz
Concord, NH643 contributions
Not worth the price
Apr 2019 • Family
So the stone circle is interesting and the location remote. The property is stunning but the property owner that is allowing people to look at this has a step price tag they used to charge 2 euro's do this which is reasonable but now they want 4 euro's to do a 5 minute walk and look at some rock's. We were a group of 4 adults and 8 girls over age 12 so our price tag to look at rock's would have been 48 euro's definitely not worth that. The owner apparently has gotten a little greedy. Not like they have upkeep with the rocks or cost associated with this activity.
Written 27 April 2019
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