A protected Neolithic passage tomb built around five thousand years ago with highly decorated standing stones.
This incredible megalithic tomb is thought to have the largest capstone in Europe weighing 103 tonnes.
Ireland’s sacred centre and said to be the burial place of the mythical Tuatha Dé Danann.
Circle of 17 standing stones known as ‘The Druid’s Altar’ is dated between 153BC and 127AD.
Built by Neolithic farmers around 2900 BC this is the best known of Ireland’s 172 dolmens.
A university of its time, this monastery once had close associations with the kings of Connacht.