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Enjoy local produce at Ballyvaughan Farmers Market

Ballyvaughan, North Clare

Arts and Crafts
Food/Drink Experiences
Free To Visit

A vibrant Farmers Market on the Wild Atlantic Way in the village of Ballyvaughan. A perfect day excursion from Ennis, Limerick or Galway.

Every Saturday at the Ballyvaughan Farmers Market, you can find a range of fresh, local produce and artisan food producers. These include award-winning meat from the Burren Butcher, Ailwee Burren Gold Cheese, Burren Honey, Clareville House Preserves, fresh fruit and vegetables, shellfish, salads, German sausage, crepes, and hot and cold beverages. They also play host to a dynamic group of artists. You may purchase gifts and souvenirs, framed original paintings, paper crafts, wood crafts, jewellery, leather crafts, soap and other gifts. Enjoy the convivial atmosphere; attend a host of free, interesting demonstrations and competitions whilst listening to live Irish traditional music from the Burren. The market boasts an outdoor seating area and is a great place to enjoy lunch purchased at the market; a genuinely authentic taste experience on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Attraction Highlights

  • Fresh local artisan produce.
  • Authentic one-off expertly produced paintings and crafts.
  • Delicious fresh lunch options.
  • Picturesque location on the Wild Atlantic Way.
  • Live music entertainment.
  • Free live demonstrations.

Good to Know

Open months: Open April to October.

Visit duration: 60 minutes.

Suitability for younger children: Ideally suited.

Cool for kids Aged 13 to 17.

Rainy days: Mostly outdoor.

Dining/refreshments: Lunch options available from stall holders.

Picnic facilities: Picnic tables.

WiFi: WiFi on-site

Toilet facilities: On-site.

Accessibility: Fully accessible – no accessible toilets.

Assistance/guide dogs: Permitted.

Parking: Free car parking nearby. No coach parking.

Details are subject to change. It is always advisable to check the opening dates, times, prices, and other information on their website or directly with the attraction before visiting or booking. 

About Ballyvaughan


Ballyvaughan is a picturesque coastal village in the Burren, and a Discovery Point along the Wild Atlantic Way.