Ballyvaughan Pier is located in the northwest corner of The Burren, considered by many to be a unique landscape. Ballyvaughan village is nestled within the furthest corner of the south shores of Galway Bay under the high ridge of Gleninagh Mountain which affords shelter from westerly gales. The harbour is defined by a 50m long pier and a working quay used by the boats that ply the bay. Both locations are favourite places for anglers.
Ballyvaughan is small harbour village in County Clare located off the N67 along the southern shores of Galway Bay.