Ballyvaughan is a picturesque farming and fishing village on the North Coast of County Clare. It is an idyllic place tucked between the hills of the Burren and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a place for everyone, those who seek tranquility and peace, those who search for tradition and culture and those who look for Clare’s hidden history.
The area around Ballyvaughan is called the Burren and it is an area of outstanding natural beauty with its karst regions and rare flora and fauna. Ballyvaughan is in close proximity to the many popular attractions of Clare and the residents extend a warm welcome to visitors, encouraging them to explore the magnificent area and county.
Ballyvaughan is a busy village with many pubs, restaurants, shops, B&Bs and other amenities including the new pier and slipway, constructed in 2006, which has opened up the area to boating, fishing, scuba diving and other sea activities. Ballyvaughan is also home to the Burren College of Art.
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