There are signposts directing you to the site, but you should have a decent map as the signs sometimes aren't as plentiful or definitive as they could be. However, once you get there, and if it is a fine day, this is a fascinating site. There are enough walls and enclosures left for you to get an idea of what it must have been like for the ancients who lived there, even though the sea has risen significantly. You can also walk inside one of the burial chambers, so a great photo opportunity. Unless there is a school trip, there is unlikely to be many people around to spoil the peace of the location.
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