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This was a stop on our private tour of Slea Head Loop. The walk in itself to the oratory was beautifully spooky. It was clouded over with fog on both ends. On the way, our guide explained the significance of the site, and I just...More
We landed at this place by chance and do not regret it at all.
Not only the architecture is amazing but the view is also so instagrammable and picturesque.
The staff is also very very helpful.
Dont forget to get some chocolates from here.
I love ancient places and this one is unique and strangely moving. If you are not impressed by simple, ancient things, or they do not spark you imagination don't bother visiting. Now those of us who don't think it wise to rent a car and...More
If you are into ancient places of worship you will probably find this fascinating. It is interesting in its way and it is great that it has been preserved - but it is probably not worth more that 15 minutes.
We did a quick visit to this fantastic monument on our tour around Dingle peninsula.
Did not expect such an impressive sight here but we were surprised.
Just thinking about how old this building is! Wow!
Thanks for making this experience possible and keeping this...More
The Gallarus Oratory is a historical irish church. A friend told us about this beautiful place so we decided to take a short detour and it really was worth it! You can learn something about the irish culture and the building itself is stunning. The...More
We went to the oratory on our way around the Slea head drive and are glad we stopped in. The host was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable about the history and origins of the site. It really is incredible to see Irish history so well...More
This is a wonderful example of an early church from the 7th century. You can view an informative video before walking to the church. It is well preserved and you can spend time walking inside and around the grounds. Don’t miss this little slice of...More