The Early Christian and Medieval ecclesiastical complex at Kilmalkedar (KE042-026----) lies at the foot of the W slopes of Reenconnell hill, overlooking Smerwick Harbour (Cuppage et al/1986, 308). The Reenconnell ridge peaks at 907 feet/276m to NE of the site and the area around Kilmalkedar is sheltered on its N and S sides by spurs of this hill.
Kilfountan Church and Calluragh burial ground/Teampall Fionntain:
A roughly D-shaped or sub-oval enclosure within which are the remains of an oratory and rectangular hut, a cross-inscribed ogham stone and a bullaun stone. A quernstone from the site, probably of Disc A type (Caulfield 1969, 64 and 69), is now in the Museum in Cork. Children were still being buried here in the 19th century (OSNB Kildrum, 31). The site is located in the low-lying, level plain that lies N of Dingle Harbour.
Cloghnagalt/Cloch na nGealt: This bullaun stone is located about 30m W of the Glannagalt river and about 20m E of a ringfort (KE036-059----). It consists of an irregularly- shaped block of sandstone with a roughly flat upper surface out of which a roughly circular depression has been carved.
The stone is .49m high, .89m wide and .74m thick and the depression measures .37m in diameter and .09m in depth.
As it was uncertain whether there were any marks on this stone which could be classed as 'rock art', it was decided to create a model of the stone. As can be seen, although full of lines, none of the marks on this stone could be described as ancient rock art.
The Holy Stone: Now lying on the road side at the top of Main Street in Dingle Town. This is a large, irregularly-shaped boulder, measuring 3.48m long x from .87 to .75m wide, with 7 large circular or oval cup-marks or basin-like depressions on its upper surface.