Conna Castle – Construction began in 1554. Shortly after its completion ten years later, it was seized by the English for its strategic position on high ground over the river Bride. James FitzThomas, the rightful heir, tried to stage a rebellion to take back the castle but was captured and sent to the Tower of London.
Altar tomb of John and Catherine McGrath – 1548
The cliff walk around Ardmore is nothing short of breathtaking. On either side of the skinny footpaths lie ruins, craggy cliffs being battered by rough seas, and hearty fescue spilling onto the trail in thick green mats.
This old coast guard station had been left in ruins off the trail