We’ve saved the wonderful ecclesiastical site of Kilmalkedar for our last stop on our journey. Isabel discusses the importance of the site, and shows us its many features – including an ogham stone, a cross, and the fabulous Romanesque church. We also hear about the tradition of pilgrimage here, a fitting end to our own small pilgrimage to some of the wonders of the Dingle Peninsula.

I’d like to thank Isabel for sharing her favourite places, and if you’d like to discover these (and others!) for yourself do remember we have an exclusive Dingle Peninsula Itinerary ready for our members. Isabel herself loves to give tours of the peninsula, and as you can see from this small taster she has a wealth of knowledge to share! You can contact her by email at isabel.excavations@gmail.com, please do mention Tuatha so she knows where you’re coming from and that you already have a good appreciation and knowledge of Irish archaeology.

As this was recorded in the open on the wind-swept Dingle Peninsula the audio may occasionally diminish. We recommend using the captions to make sure you don’t miss a thing.