This issue of Irish Castle Magic gives you some information on prehistoric Ireland.
The Ceide Fields in the West Region of Ireland are remains of fields, farm buildings, stone walls, and megalithic tombs that were slowly buried below the bogland and are now Europe's largest Stone Age land enclosure.
The Ceide Fields have been preserved for 5,000 years and are surrounded by mountains and moorlands along the dramatic coastline of north County Mayo in Ireland's West Region.
Part of the bog has been cut away at the Ceide Fields so you can see the ancient remains. The pyramid-shaped Visitor Center has audio-visual displays and a viewing platform overlooking the site.
You may want to travel to the scenic West Region of Ireland on your next trip and make a stop at this amazing prehistoric site.
For more information, you can check out the
Ceide Fields Museum website
For Ireland travel advice and an experience of the beautiful landscapes, the stunning coastlines, the quaint villages, the thriving cities and majestic castles of Ireland, go to the
Majestic Castles in Ireland website