While driving around the Beara Peninsula we found the Uragh Stone Circles by accident. It was very exciting as I had only been to Stonehenge a few weeks ago. It looked like a mini Stonehenge but in a much more scenic spot . Right beside Lough Inchiquinn. Stone circles were constructed as ritual and ceremonial sites during the Bronze Age. Studies have shown that a line through the entrance and across the axial stone is orientated on significant solar and lunar events and on some of the brighter stars. The road is off the main road and is about 2 mile of windy narrow road but worth the drive.