The Ballina Quay

Ballina Quay is Mayo’s last Discovery Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. It’s one of the most picturesque parts of Ballina on the eastern side of the Moy and is a quiet and peaceful location.

With an attractive river setting, The Ballina Quay is a key access point for boats to the River Moy which is famous for Atlantic salmon and the SS Crete Boom, a concrete ship beached there to keep the channel clear.

There are many boats tied up on the river and seals can be observed along its sandbanks. Spectacular views of Rosserk Abbey can also be enjoyed on this tour. With many interesting and unique locations along this relaxing boat tour, it should be atop the list of things to do in the west of Ireland.

Duration: 1 hour

Passengers: Maximum 8