Ballyvaughan Vacation Packages
From Ballyvaughan, Dublin is approximately 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the east from here while Galway is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast.
Sometimes awe-inspiring, sometimes darkly romantic, the castles and other strongholds surrounding this region are always special places to photograph. When you view the iconic outer defenses of the historical Newtown Castle, it's easy to envisage how members of the nobility once defended this area.
A place of worship, among the most popular of the many historic sites in the city, is the Corcomcoe Abbey. Visit the historic site to explore its cultural significance as well as to admire the architecture.
The historic defense buildings in this area are well worth exploring for those with a keen interest in military history. The Caherconnell Stone Fort played an important role in fending off enemy invaders over the centuries, but today opens its gates to visitors from all corners of the globe.
Once you’ve checked out all the main spots on the tourst trail in Ballyvaughan, finish your explorations into this fascinating part of the world with a visit to the Poulnabrone Dolmen.