Auchagallon is a Bronze Age burial cairn surrounded by a circle of 15 standing stones. Auchagallon is an odd sort of monument, a cross between a stone circle and a burial cairn. The site has not been excavated so we know little about how or when it was built or whether the standing stones were added at a later date to an existing cairn. The location is fabulous, however, with wonderful views across to Kintyre. A few miles to the south are the standing stones and burial mounds at Machrie Moor. Machrie, Isle of Arran, Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland
The Auchencar Druid Stone is a striking prehistoric standing stone in a prominent position looking out over Machrie Bay, on the west coast of Arran. A fallen stone lies nearby, and both stones may have formed part of a single setting, visible from sea and land. nr Auchencar Farm, Machrie, Isle of Arran, Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland, KA27 8DZ
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Standing Stone Heritage Rating:?
A prehistoric menhir stands in a field beside the B8024, at the head of Loch Tarbert. The stone is just under six feet tall and is aligned on a north-south axis. B8024, Avinagillan, Tarbert, Kintyre, Strathclyde, Scotland
Bronze Age cup and ring marks decorate natural rock faces at Ballygowan on the western edge of Kilmartin Glen. The marks date to around 3000 BC and are among several similar sites along the glen. Kilmartin, Strathclyde, Scotland
Not one site but several prehistoric monuments linked together, in the heart of Kilmartin Glen. At the heart of the site are parallel rows of standing stones beside a kerb cairn, and just to the south is a barely visible henge monument. A819, Kilmartin, Strathclyde, Scotland
Another of the fantastic group of prehistoric monuments that line Kilmartin Glen, Baluachraig is a series of cup and ring marks carved into a natural outcrop of level rock. Baluachraig is located just slightly north of the Dunchraigraig cairns and standing stones. Kilmartin Glen, Kilmartin, Strathclyde, Scotland
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Carved Stone Heritage Rating:?
Barochan Cross is a beautifully carved Celtic cross, probably dating to before the 10th century. The cross originally stood in open country near Houston in Renfrewshire but is now within Paisley Abbey for protection from the elements. Abbey Close, Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland, PA1 1JG
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Early Christian Cross Heritage Rating:?
A solitary standing stone, on the top of a steep escarpment looking over the sound of Ghiga. The stone was probably erected between 2000-1000 BC, and at just over 5m high is the tallest in Kintyre. Nearby is a ruinous burial chamber. A83, Killean, Strathclyde, Scotland, PA29 6XF
Three standing stones remain of a stone circle that once had seven stones. The stones stand on the western edge of the Blackpark Plantation, which gives the setting its name. One stone has been re-erected and is supported by a metal prop. Plan Road, Blackpark Plantation, Kingarth, Bute, Strathclyde, Scotland