Ronachan Dun

Ronachan The name means 'place of the seals' so called because for 1000 years or more seals have gathered on the rocks to fish.

above the car park stands the remains of an ancient 'Dun. Home to an extended family and over 2000 years old.
A mile south and to the east of the road is the great Bronze age cairn of Corriechrevie and a further 2 miles, atBallochroy Farm adramatic group of standing stones with a burial kist, stand in testimony to those who lived here up to 4000 years ago


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