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.