The Keash Caves are a series of limestone caves located near the village of Keash in
County Sligo, Ireland. These caves are known for their unique geological formations, including stalactites and stalagmites. The caves also have historical and mythological significance, as they were used as hiding places by Irish rebels during the 18th and 19th centuries. Additionally, according to local folklore, the caves were believed to be the home of a mythical giant named Cormoran.
Today, the Keash Caves are a popular tourist attraction, offering guided tours for visitors to explore their natural beauty and learn about their history.