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Drombeg Stone Circle

Drombeg | Off R597 between Rosscarbery and Glandore, Skibbereen, Ireland
+353 28 71766
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“car park” (27 reviews)
“bronze age” (17 reviews)
“short walk” (13 reviews)
Drombeg | Off R597 between Rosscarbery and Glandore, Skibbereen, Ireland
+353 28 71766
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Drumbeg Stone Circle is a really interesting stone circle attributed to the druids. Not much is known about the dating or archeology, but the stone circle is awe inspiring if you are interested in walking in ancient footsteps (around 800-1200 BCE, perhaps as early as...More

Thank NMJ33
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth a visit if in south Cork, we sobbed off on our way to Skibbereen from Clonakilty. The stone circle is a short walk from the car park and although it was a dreary day we still had a fantastic view all the way...More

Thank Kevin D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic stone circle , situated about 2 km from Glandore . It can be accessed from the main Cork road in Rosscarbery & is signposted. The views from the site are amazing as is the stone circle itself . I love the wildness of the...More

Thank Moog0_4
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Ireland has many ancient ruins including quite a few stone circles. Drombeg Stone Circle was a highlight in that category for me. Drombeg is a recumbent stone circle, one where there are two upright portal stones which form a sort of entrance and then directly...More

Thank Pamela F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The stones are completely accessible i.e. Not fenced off like other sites. The site was difficult to find with the GPS we resorted to asking a person walking their dog for directions. The circle has a 9 m diameter so is quite small However, as...More

Thank kerrie_mcalister
Reviewed November 5, 2017

This stone circle is a bit out of the way, but not hard to find. There's even a small carpark and a couple of informative signs. To me, these stones, just standing out in a field, are one of the most special things bout Ireland....More

Thank kathym98012
Reviewed October 29, 2017

It is quite a small circle (certainly smaller in size and height than Stonehenge) out in the middle of nowhere, down narrow country lanes, and after parking and taking a short walk along a public footpath you find it. It looks so tranquil and historic...More

Thank Angela S
Reviewed October 26, 2017

These stones from megalithic times are very interesting. An easy drive to them, and plenty of parking, no one around during our visit. awesome piccies to be had.

Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed October 24, 2017

We stopped here as part of our trek around southeastern Ireland. A bit off the beaten path and the last half mile is a one lane road so you need to hope there is no oncoming traffic. It had rained the two prior days so...More

Thank GolferKen
Reviewed October 16, 2017 via mobile

An absolute breath taking transportation to the impressive ways of civilizations past. A real sense of mortality and appreciation for the nature of our ancestors intelligence. GO SEE IT

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