Portavogie Harbour,

County Down, Northern Ireland



Situated on the Ards peninsula in County Down is one of the most important fishing ports in Northern Ireland, Portavogie (the name being derived from the Gaelic for 'harbour of the bog'). Situated between the villages of Ballyhalbert and Cloughy, Portavogie is home to a fleet of traditional fishing boats and there are several seafood processing plants located within the village. Visitors rarely leave without purchasing some of its famous prawns and herrings. Several of the resident seals can often be seen in the harbour, waiting patiently on returning boats in the hope of catching some treats.

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