Nestled between heather and gorse, this collection of 200 small stones dates back approximately 4000 years. The stones sit on a slightly inclined field looking out towards the sea.
It is not known why the stones were collected by the community, but it may have been for religious ceremony or timekeeping.
You can walk around the perimeter path to view the stones more closely. A visit may take around 10-20 minutes.
Pictured is the panorama over the hill.