GPS Co-ordinates: 55.256384, -7.189454

Directions: 6km from Culdaff, just off the main Carndonagh – Moville road. This site is signposted from the main road.

Description: Two high crosses stand on a sloping hill at Carrowmore. They are all that now remains of the monastery believed to be Both Chonais. This foundation would pre-date Cloncha, and tradition holds that it was founded by St. Patrick himself. The crosses are less ornate than those at Cloncha, but there is something dramatic in their form, echoing the older form of the standing stone. Only traces of the actual monastery now exist – but the crosses, slab and cross-inscribed rock suggest that a more expansive centre existed. All of the original buildings on the site have disappeared and the actual site itself is divided in two by a modern road. Close by, a holy well again links this Christian settlement with the Celtic past