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When you read about 200 hundred standing stones arranged in columns it creates an images of Stonehenge or Carnac. However when you finally locate the small field (not very well signposted) with rows of very small rocks you find not mystery but something that could...More
The Hill O' Many Stanes is easy to reach and at first sight rather underwhelming - a large number of stones, none more than a couple of feet high, in a heathery landscape overlooking the sea. But then you see that the stones (200+ of...More
Actually called the Hill o'Many Stanes and dating from the Neolithic period. It's not worth a long walk but if you're passing it's well worth a look. It's free and only a few hundred metres off the main road. Different from all the standing stones...More