A Druid's Altar that has stood the test of time
Jutting up out of the ancient earth, the 17 free-standing stones of Drombeg have reached to the same Glandore sky for 3,000 years. Known as the Druid’s Altar, this sacred place remains adorned with the shell and flower offerings of countless, nameless visitors. Arranged symmetrically with a pair of tall portal stones forming the entrance, place your own offering, and feel the pervasive sense of the past emerge.
If you have more time
Feeling sentimental? Pop over to Castletownshend for a photo opp beside one of the last standing old-fashioned Telefón (telephone) boxes in Ireland!