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With the Malley gene firmly claimed we return here most years. Real sense of history about our maybe just feels that way when your partner, Simon claims his great great great great great great great granny is Grace.
While some of our group climbed Croagh Patrick, the others ventured around Clew Bay to look at other sites of significance including Killadangan – Stone Row. The stone row consists of four stones aligned NNE-SSW. The stones increase in height from the 0.45 metre high...More
I'm amazed that more people don't do this, it's so worthwhile. The trail consists of 21 archaeological and heritage sites within a few miles of Westport town. We covered most of the sites in two days, but need to plan a visit to Clare Island...More
Signposted fascinating selection of ancient monuments i never knew of in many previous trips around the area. Bought a book for 10 euros which has dreadful directions and no more information than on the sites but finally found most of them. See the Bohane Stone...More
Vandals or perhaps locals have twisted the signs at site 2. Go south on N59 about 8klicks when you pass the kennel take the next left to Bohea. The society bought the property so you are not trespassing. The road is wide enough for two...More
This is located at The Quay in Westport (we walked from Westport to it , approx 20 mins) and could be easily overlooked. The sign is close to where the Tour Train operates. It's a small building crammed with memorabilia of local and national history...More
We kept seeing the signs for the Clew Bay Archeological Trail, but couldn't find more information.
Finally found their website (hidden under someone's B2B site?) and searched for the Clew Bay Visitor Centre, but never Open? Also local Visitor centres were all out of the...More