Claddaghduff is a village in Co Galway. It is located 12km northwest of Clifden and overlooks Omey Island which contains the ruins of Teampal Feichin, a medieval granite church dedicated to St Feichin. The area attracts many tourists, particularly during the summer months and is known for its deep sea angling, lake fishing, boat trips to Inishturk and Inishbofin, pony trekking, pitch & putt, dive sites, beaches and historical tours. The annual Omey Races on Omey Strand also bring people to the area each year. Local amenities include a caravan and camping park, a church, national school, pub and shop/filling station.