ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN SCILLY
The Isles of Scilly have a greater density of ancient sites than anywhere else in the British Isles.
Bronze Age entrance graves at Bant's Carn, Innisidgen, Buzza Hill and Porth Hellick on St Mary's, Obadiah's Barrow on Gugh and many others
- a Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement re-used as a Romano-British shrine on Nornour
- early Christian chapels on St Helen's, Teän and St Martin's
- Tudor and Civil War castles on St Mary's and Tresco
- a unique sequence of defences dating from the late 16th century to the Second World War on the Garrison, St Mary's
- ruined post-mediaeval houses on Samson
- a maze, windmills, kelp pits, gun batteries, lighthouses, smugglers' caches ..... and much more!
You can visit many of these sites on an
archaeological holiday based on St Mary's
Click here for more details.