Bay SUP Stand Up Paddleboarding

Bay SUP Stand Up Paddleboarding

Bay SUP run Stand Up Paddleboarding lessons, tours and rentals from the beautiful village of Ballyvaughan in the heart of the Burren in North West Clare. These calm waters on the southern shores of Galway Bay offer the most amazing location to experience paddle boarding.

SUP is the ideal way to explore our coast line. As it offers a much higher vantage point then if you were sitting in a kayak, you really get a unique view of the ocean and landscape around you. It’s almost like walking on water! On their coastal cruises they will take you in and around the incredible coastline of the Burren, where you’ll get to see the sea life underneath you, cruise alongside the seals basking on the rocks, and really get a completely unique tour of this incredible part of the world.


They use the highest quality paddleboarding equipment available. All equipment is supplied for the lessons. Paddleboard, paddle, wetsuit, and buoyancy aid, so all you need is swim gear, towel, enthusiasm and a sense of adventure.

They cater for individuals, groups, and families. It is easier to learn than surfing and so is suitable for all ages and abilities.


  • Activities Suitable for Adults & Children
  • Adventure
  • Age Friendly
  • All Equipment Provided
  • Cater for Groups
  • Fantastic Scenery & Views
  • Lessons in the heart of the Burren
  • Online Booking
  • Situated in the Heart of The Burren
  • Suitable for Complete Beginners
  • Unforgettable memories guaranteed
  • Unspoilt Natural Beauty
  • Caters for Families
  • Caters for Individuals
  • Coastal Cruises
  • Unique tour of the Burren coastline
  • Aquatic wildlife experiences
  • High quality paddleboarding equipment
  • Paddleboarding lessons



County Clare,

One of Ireland’s most famous sights, the Cliffs of Moher are entirely vertical and the cliff edge is abrupt. On a clear day the views are tremendous, with the Aran Islands etched on the waters of Galway Bay. From the cliff edge you can just hear the booming far below as the waves crash and gnaw at the soft shale and sandstone.

With a due-west exposure, sunset is the best time to visit.

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