Among the cathedral and churches in the village of Killaloe, County Clare, visitors will find an early monastery founded by St Fachnan, the cathedral established by Donal O Brien about 1185 and other sites boasting ecclesiastical importance.The village of Killaloe in County Clare features several spiritual sites, including the early monastery founded by St Fachnan, located at the southern end of Lough Derg, and St Flannans Oratory, a 12th-century Romanesque church that continues to be used today. Visitors to the latter can view fine carvings, a unique Ogham stone and an elaborately designed 13th-century basin.

On the grounds of St Flannans Catholic Church, guests can also visit St Molua’s oratory. It is thought to date back to the 12th century and originally stood on Friarys Island, but was removed after floods in 1929.