Staigue Stone Fort

This restored stone fort with walls reaching about five and half metres in height in places and four meters thick at it's base. It encloses an area of about 27 metres in diameter and surrounded by a wide ditch. Within the structure are passages and stairways. It dates back to the Iron Age between 300AD and 400AD.

Getting there

The site is located on the Iveragh Peninsula west from Kenmare and north of the N70 at the top of a valley three miles west of Sneem, close to a minor road north of Castlecove.

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