Dingle Peninsula

Cathair Chonroi

A stone fort on a mountain top 2,050 feet high in Beithineach near Camp. It is a triangular area of land with steep high cliffs on two sides. On the third side it slopes gently with a protecting stone wall 14 feet wide and 350 feet long. Once there was steps on the inside to allow access to the walls by the defenders. This is one of the oldest named places in Irish Lore.

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