"Very Irish" Ballyvaughan by littlebush

Ballyvaughan Travel Guide: 29 reviews and 37 photos

Ballyvaughan, just how I imagined an typical Irish village to be. Its tiny, has a spar shop, a couple of other small shops and 3 pubs(obviously!).
Nothing much to but its a pleasant place to stay to get a real irish experience, just pop in a pub and enjoy Irish conversation. Its located in the 'Burren', a rugged wilderness in North County Clare. Not far away are The Cliffs of Mother, one of County Clares big tourist attractions. Near them theres Doolin, a tiny tiny village with just a few shops. not far from Doolin, is Lahinch, a nice town with a very big popular beach. Further south in Clare is Bunratty castle.

  • Last visit to Ballyvaughan: Apr 2003
  • Intro Written May 26, 2003
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  • prleprle's Profile Photo
    Dec 5, 2003 at 6:30 AM

    Would like to visit places that are so "very Irish" and to feel the air there. Nice presentation and good tips!


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