Killaloe was once Ireland’s capital as the 11th century seat of Brian Boru (940-1014), High King of Ireland.

Just under 20 minutes from Limerick, Killaloe connects Clare and Tipperary with a 13 arch bridge to the village of Ballina. 13th century St. Flannan’s Cathedral, unique for its stone carving inscriptions is in Killaloe, while both villages host restaurants, galleries and shops as well as a Sunday Farmers Market. Killaloe was once Ireland’s capital as the 11th century seat of Brian Boru (940-1014), High King of Ireland.

The Lough Derg Way & The East Clare Way walking routes offer spectacular views of Lough Derg along the way.  Killaloe is in county Clare and Ballina is in county Tipperary. Both Ballina and Killaloe are popular spots for fishing and many watersports activities.

  • Opportunity to visit two counties – county Clare and county Tipperary
  • Water and land-based sports
  • A range of accommodation, restaurants and cafés

Ballina Killaloe Tourist Office Opens Seasonally

For further information contact Nenagh Tourist Office 067 31610

Useful Information

A range of restaurants, cafés, shopping, accommodation and ample car parking available


Getting There

20 minutes from Limerick, 25 minutes from Nenagh

Map Location: 52.807960, -8.439370
Contact Ballina Killaloe Birthplace of Brian Boru

Ballina, Co. Tipperary and Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland

Eircode: V94 NW1K
T: +353 (0)67 31610
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