Aughlish - Leigh Baber
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Adresse Location:
County Derry, (County Derry)

Aughlish is an archeological site of the county of Derry where 6 stone circles and 2 megalithic alignments stand. Magnificent, the site is rather dense and is free for visits. The latter would date from the Bronze Age, and offers a fascinating spectacle!

Visit Aughlish

A high concentration of stone circles

Aughlish has the merit to challenge because of its multitude of stone circles. Lost in the countryside, the site would date from the Bronze Age to the time of the Irish prehistory…

The largest circle would be composed of 41 stones, some of which have been moved or off-center. As for the alignments, the largest one reaches 18 meters long, and interacts with the stone circles…

The place is easily accessible and ideal for a little walk along the megaliths. A nice site, which should please the Irish history lovers!

Practical information

Address Address:
à 3,6 km de Feeny

Coordonnées GPSGPS:
54.881886, -6.969403

Duration of the visit Duration of the visit:
45 minutes
PricesPrices :
  • free
Opening hoursOpening hours:
  • every day

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