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Sacred Site of Killeavy, Bealtaine Tour

Killevy (Killeavy) Old Churches, Church Road, Killeavy, County Armagh, BT35 8LF
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Connect to the deep silence and palpable sense of peace within the sacred sites of Killeavy with Xhale.

St. Moninne (Christened by St Patrick) founded a church at the foot of Slieve Gullion in the 5th century. During the Celtic festival of Bealtaine, it was a tradition to visit holy wells.

Ann will guide you gently onto the mountain where her Mum was born and to the sacred pre-Christian well dedicated to Moninne.


Rest, reconnect and breathe in the spectacular panoramic view during a guided meditation. We will celebrate our special journey with a tea ceremony of organic apple/cinnamon and shortbread from a local bakery.

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Season (5 May 2024)
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Sunday10:00 - 12:30

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