(Tulach – a hill)
The village, built on a drumlin, has the remains of a medieval parish church dedicated to St. Moculla. The area has several prehistoric gallery graves.
Limestone caves that can be explored mark the Toumeens, an underground stream, 3 km away.
Like the rest of the Clare Lakelands region, Tulla offers great fishing. Cullaun Lake also offers good sailing and the surrounding woods have forest walks and a lakeside picnic site.
Cullaun House, now in ruins, was formerly the property of Tom Steele (1788- 1848), friend of Daniel O’Connell and on the side of the Catholic Emancipation.
There is a music festival each summer.