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In a small town and a hidden gem is located on a side street. The ruins of a church wall are standing. There are several 12th century crosses.The church was unable to survive after the Great Potato Famine.
This was a little hard to find as the GPS had us turn off but it wasn't obvious where we were actually going so we stopped at a store and asked. I guess I was picturing these out in a field. They are actually in...More
Lilfenora is today a sleepy little town, however this small ruined church was once a cathedral! Make sure you visit not only the church but the West Cross a few yards away. Well conserved by Ministry of Public Works.
Gorgeous ruin of a medieval church, and the ancient high crosses are not to be missed. A very moving place. No charge for admittance, lots of signage. No need to spend a lot of time here, it's a must stop as you head to The...More
Located very near the Burren Centre, access to the cathedral and grounds is free. There is plenty of information sign boards to make a visit worthwhile.
Used the Burren Centre itself for morning coffee and cake ( catered for gluten free) and as an amenity...More
We visited the cathedral and old crosses after watching the very interesting and informative film of the area at the nearby Burren Centre in Kilfenora. The remains of the cathedral are worth seeing and the highlights are the ancient celtic crosses which have been well...More
We were on a bus tour of the area and stopped here for a quick visit.
There is no admission to visit this spot. They have a glass roof over the cross remnants to protect them from the elements.
There is a sign to help...More