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This is kind of off the beaten path, but still very close to Sligo. Huge site where all the mounts and circles are connected by pathways. We opted to walk ourselves with a map which is provided for free for a small collateral. We really...More
I was awestruck walking around the large site on a hot sunny June day. Beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. The main attractions did not disappoint. We did not have a guided tour, but paid a small returnable deposit for the use of a laminated...More
My mum and I had a guided tour here at Carrowmore, and it was great! The tours start hourly and if you’re early, you could cross the road opposite to get a walk around the other tombs as we did. The guy at the counter...More
Easy access. Heritage pass accepted. Sunny day with nice views and walks. A very solid cup of cappuccino from the coffee truck. The main ruin rocks covered in chicken wire. The second best megalithic formation on private property that is now prohibited. If I had...More
There's a parking spot in front and a wagon, offering drinks. And, probably as the weather was really good during our stay, one of the staff sat down and began to play some music.
Inside there's an area filled with information, and you can either...More
Due to adding this stop onto our agenda and the admission fee, we opted to only view and take some photos from the car park. Looks interesting, but I had just climbed Knocknarea and visited Queen Maeve's Tomb, so we passed on going in. Worth...More