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Quinn's Craftshop, located on the main street of the unspoilt village of Ballyvaughan, County Clare stocks books, clothing, jewellery, music, perfume, prints and quality souvenirs.
Burren Bike is located in Ballyvaughan, County Clare. Cyclists can have a truly memorable time in this magical spot, discovering The Burren and seeing the surrounding area.
Have you ever thought about Scuba Diving and considered taking the plunge? Burren Adventures in Ballyvaughan, County Clare provide diving for every capability.
Corcomroe Cistercian Abbey is located near Bell Harbour in County Clare. The abbey is known as Sancta Maria de Petra Fertili, or St Mary of the Fertile Rock, which is appropriate for its location near the head of a lush limestone valley.
The Dining Room is located in the beautiful Gregans Castle Hotel, set within the breath taking landscape of the Burren in Ballyvaughan, County Clare. This elegant restaurant serves creative, modern Irish cuisine.
Monks Bar and Restaurant is situated overlooking Galway Bay, in Ballyvaughan. They are well known for their fine seafood and traditional music at weekends.
Ballyvaughan Farmers Market is located in the Village Hall car park in Ballyvaughan, County Clare, every Saturday. A range of fresh local produce and home-made goods will be available for the public to buy.
Burren Guided Walks and Hikes in Fanore, County Clare is a guiding service offering everything from short rambles to full day guided walks.
L'Arco is an Italian restaurant located in the heart of Ballyvaughan village in the Burren region of County Clare.
The Burren College of Art is an internationally recognised art college set in the grounds of a 16th century castle in the stunning Burren landscape on County Clare's remote Atlantic coast. The college's gallery mounts regular public exhibitions.
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