St Cronan (6C) founded a monastery here. The church is probably the oldest church in Ireland in terms of continuous use. There is a splendid lintelled doorway through which the High King of Ireland Brian Boru is said to have entered. The church was probably rebuilt in the 10C.
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In a garden not far away is a huge standing stone which probably delineated the monastery boundary. (marked)
Further down the road to Galway is the well of St Coelan. (not marked)