Dunadd
Dunadd, (Scottish Gaelic Dùn Ad, 'fort on the [River] Add'), is an Iron Age and later hillfort near Kilmartin in Argyll and Bute, Scotland and believed to be the capital of the ancient kingdom of Dál ...
Kilmodan Carved Stones
The Kilmodan Carved Stones are a group of West Highland carved grave slabs exhibited in a burial aisle within Kilmodan Churchyard, Glendaruel, Argyll and Bute. They are in the care of Historic Scotlan...
Kilmartin Glen
Kilmartin Glen is an area in Argyll not far from Kintyre, which has one of the most important concentrations of Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland. The glen is located between Oban and Loch...
Temple Wood
Temple Wood (or Half Moon Wood) is an ancient site located in Kilmartin Glen, Scotland. The site includes two circles (north and south). The southern circle contains a ring of 13 standing stones abo...
Dùn Eibhinn
Dùn Eibhinn, also known as Dun Evan, Dun Eivan or Fort of Eyvind, is a hillfort located on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. The site is located at grid reference NR38209437.Believed t...
St Cathan's Chapel
St Cathan's Chapel (Scottish Gaelic: Cill Chatan) is a ruined chapel on the island of Colonsay, Scotland in the Inner Hebrides. It was dedicated to Cathan, an obscure saint once venerated across t...
Riasg Buidhe Cross
The Riasg Buidhe Cross is a cross re-erected in the gardens of Colonsay House on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. Riasg Buidhe is also the name of a now ruined fishing village on the ...
Chapel of St. Oran, Colonsay
The Chapel of St. Oran (Scottish Gaelic: Cill Oran), was a chapel dedicated to Saint Oran at Kiloran located on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. It was located at grid reference N...
Ballymeanoch
Ballymeanoch (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Meadhonach - the middle settlement) is a complex of neolithic structures located in Kilmartin Glen, Scotland. It includes an avenue of two rows of standing stones...
Kilmartin Stones
The Kilmartin Stones are a collection of 79 ancient graveslabs (one exception being a side-slab of a tomb chest) at Kilmartin parish church in the village of Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland, about 30 ...
Dùn Cholla
Dùn Cholla is a hillfort located on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. The site is located at grid reference NR37759150.According to tradition it was a fort of Colla Uais after being e...
Dùn Meadhonach
Dùn Meadhonach (English: Middle Fort) is a hillfort located on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. The site is located at grid reference NR36509472.The fort overlooks Port Mòr and t...
Dùn a' Choin Duibh
Dùn a' Choin Duibh (Scottish Gaelic: Fort of the Black Dog) is a hillfort located near Torinturk, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. According to the local shanachies, the fort is named after a black wolf...
Ballochroy
Ballochroy is a megalithic site in Kintyre on the Argyll peninsula in Scotland. It consists of three vertical stones, side by side, aligned with various land features 7–19 miles (11–31 km) away.A...
Chapel of St. Mary, Colonsay
The Chapel of St. Mary (Scottish Gaelic: Cill Mhoire), was a chapel dedicated to Saint Mary at Upper Kilchattan located on the Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay, Scotland. It was located at grid ...