Endurance and nice flowers – The Standing Stone of Cushendun Caravan Park Published on February 23, 2019 in Fresh/Prehistoric This one is subtle. It looks like a big decorative slab. Nothing fancy and yet it is an ancient standing stone. Something precious in an environment which is somewhat less subtle. Keep Reading You might be interested in The Year of the French – When the French came to Sligo 6,000 years ago Carrowmore is found in a unique piece of geography, the Cuil Irra (Coolrea) peninsula, a triangle of land bounded by La Girona – hospitality and in-hospitality of the Irish coastline Ireland wasn’t always the best place to land if you were a Spanish sailor of the 16th century. The ships Dunsevrick Castle – Remains of a Kingdom There is not much left of Dunseverick Castle, the last fort on this location for perhaps over three thousand years.