This 5th century chapel was a very important centre of Christianity in its day. There are lots of plaques with information about the history of this place. It's a moderate uphill walk along a well defined dirt path to reach it - not suitable for the disabled. On the way up, turn around and look back at the fabulous view across to the Isle of Arran. Very peaceful and quiet.
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