"Ballyvaughn" Ailwee Cave Tip by Leipzig

Ailwee Cave, Ireland: 4 reviews and 5 photos

 
 

The tiny village of Ballyvaughn is a small port on the Galway Bay. Look out for a small little signpost in the centre showing you a rocky way to Ailwee Caves. You come through the Burren. The cave was formed by water some million years ago. In 1944 a farmer found the entrance to this beautiful limestone cave.

Address: Ballyvaughan, County Clare
Directions: in the west of Ireland
Website: http://www.aillweecave.ie

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Aug 3, 2007
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