Creevykeel Court Tomb, Sligo

#6 of 17 in Historic Sites in Sligo
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Creevykeel Court Tomb is one of the finest examples of a court tomb remaining in Ireland. The monument is located in the N15 Donegal to Sligo road, 200 meters north of Creevykeel cross-roads close to Cliffoney village in County Sligo. The original name for the Creevykeel monument is Caiseal an Bhaoisgin, the Fort of Bhaoisgin, Tober an Bhaoisgin being the name of the well near the cairn. A second megalithic monument existed 300 meters to the north, but it was demolished around 1890.
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  • You could drive past this site and not realise what you have missed. Just on the road side near turn off for Mullaghmore you will see a small lay-by and just up a tiny grass path past a fairy bush...  more »
  • It is definitely worth a visit, as it does no require a detour. The tomb is in decent shape, and allows you great views over the sea.  more »

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