This amazing area is home to hundreds of neolithic monuments, as well as a great range of natural habitats.
A Clava-type chambered cairn 9 miles west of Loch Ness – an atmospheric, intriguing place.
An impressive, and important, complex of cairns and surrounding standing stones in the Nairn valley.
Loughcrew feels special. 34 monuments spread over four hilltops, in the beautiful Meath landscape, and one of the most stunning cairns in Ireland.
Maes Howe rises from the Harray landscape, visible for miles around. It is generally considered to be the finest Neolithic chambered cairn in Northern Europe
A chambered cairn near Isbister, Orkney, reached after a dramatic mile long walk along the cliffs.
Cuween chambered cairn, cut into the rock of Cuween hill, is an eerie place reached after a steep climb, with an impressive high vaulted ceiling.