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All reviews passage tombs follow the signs car park off the beaten track lane road great walk left turn entire area hiking boots turn right small parking area walk up megalithic cemetery views are spectacular sheep castlebaldwin signage
We visited here with a group. There is a farmers road going most of the way in but please park at the designated spot (you'll see a small parking area and a sign saying not to drive past it) and walk the road in. The...More
Wonderful neolithic site that you are likely to share with few other people. Follow the signs, and park at the gate (space for 2 cars) or open (and close) the gate and park at the top of the hill. The signs say it is a...More
I love this place. My fear is, with reviews like this one, publicizing it, it could turn into a tourist trap. Right now, it's the opposite of a tourist trap. The roads are skinny and "squirrelly" to get here. Then once you arrive you're not...More
A lovely drive along peaceful backroad's, drive through gate as parking area a littlemail further along road, you have the option to park at the end of the tarmac road and walk the trail or continue driving up the rough trail if you have a...More
It is certainly worth the drive to walk through these amazing passage tombs/cairns on the top of a ridge overlooking the valley. I followed the GPS on my smartphone which took us to the first shut gate. While we parked there and enjoyed the mile...More
Tricky enough to find , turn in castlebaldwin and follow brown signs. Last left turn is well hidden. A gate on the road to the little car park can be opened but must be secured again as there are lots of sheep on the mountains....More
This was an amazing place! We went there on the 10th of June. My mum and I managed to get a local (Eugene, he’s awesome!) to bring us around and this was one of the highlights of our time in Sligo. We stopped at the...More
It depends. It takes at least 1,5 hours to walk up, do a quick tour of the graves and come back. Is very windy at the top, can be muddy if it rained the day before (which happens pretty much all the time). If you have kids... More
It depends. It takes at least 1,5 hours to walk up, do a quick tour of the graves and come back. Is very windy at the top, can be muddy if it rained the day before (which happens pretty much all the time). If you have kids, they'll like to crawl inside and play around, so it might take you more time ;) So with driving there, walking up and visiting, I would say about half a day is the right estimation. You definitely don't need a day for this.