Åsle Church is only about a hundred metres from Åsle Tå and is one of the many medieval churches in the Falbygden area. Nowadays, it is in the shape of a cross, the eastern wing being the oldest part, dating from the late 12th century, early 13th century. Åsle Church is renowned in particular for its headstones. There are some ten 12th century gravestones, the most recent found during excavation work carried out in the churchyard in the early 2000s.
Mularps Church: Mularps village and church lie below the western slope of Mularpsberget hill where they catch the evening sun. To this day, the quaint farmsteads and cottages are clustered picturesquely round the church and along the brook. Mularps Church was built in the Romanesque style in the 1190s and is therefore one of the oldest churches in the Falbygden area and also the second smallest church in the province of Västergötland.
Tiarps Church: Towards the end of the 19th century Tiarp's 17th century church fell into disrepair. A new, lighter church was built in its place and was completed in 1910.