Dun Sgathaich

This was built on the site of an older fortification this ruined castle which is possibly thirteenth century sits on rocky headland. The remains of the curtain wall can be seen but few of the internal structures. In Celtic legend it is said the rock takes it's name from the warrior queen Sgathaich and the Irish Cu Chulainn came here to learn the arts of war.

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