Cloyne is a small town in Co Cork. Located to the south east of Midleton, it is also a see city of the Anglican (Church of Ireland) Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, while also giving its name to a Roman Catholic diocese. St Coleman's Cathedral in Cloyne is a cathedral church of the Church of Ireland while the Pro Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne, Cobh Cathedral of Saint Colman, overlooks Cork harbour. Cloyne is situated approximately 7.6 kilometres from the town of Midleton. The town is located at the bottom of a valley and is surrounded by large hills to the North and South as well as the Celtic Sea (5.6km) to the East and Cork Harbour (3.2km) to the West. Cloyne has a round tower which is the town's symbol. The tower dates back to about 560 A.D. when St Colman founded his monastery. There is also ruins of a Norman watchtower on a hill overlooking the town. Cloyne is a big agricultural area with many acres of wheat and barley harvested in the area each year. Cloyne Cave is also the biggest in Cork, estimated to be 7km long, and is accessible from the grounds of Cloyne House on Rock Street. The town also boasts a number of pubs and small shops, as well as two restaurants. There is also a national school, GAA club and soccer club.