This irregularly-shaped boulder formerly lay on the strand at the base of the low cliffs that border the S side of Tralee Bay (see KE037-084----).
It is very likely that the stone may have fallen to this position from the land above due to erosion of this area by the sea.
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.
When first recorded (An Seabhac 1939, 285), this cross-slab was incorporated into a bridge which spanned the Glannagalt stream near the head of the valley. It now lies loose on the ground about 20m to NE of its former location.