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New Greenway venture launching at Lough Lannagh

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A new leisure and tourism business is launching at Lough Lannagh Holiday Village in Castlebar to encourage more people to enjoy the town's natural attractions.

Westport included in new luxury rail experience

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The company launching Ireland’s first luxury rail experience has included Westport as a destination on its exclusive tour around Ireland.

Only lawyers and consultants will support the N6 ring road routes, says Walsh

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Current proposals for the N6 Galway City Transport Project have proven divisive but two groups of people will be firmly united in support of the plans - lawyers and consultants.

Velorail could bring major tourism boost to Kiltimagh

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Kiltimagh looks set to get a tourism product which could attract up to 30,000 visitors annually to the east Mayo town.

Shannon Airport turnaround accelerates in 2014 with 17 per cent growth in passenger numbers

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Shannon Airport has delivered on its pledge to achieve significant passenger growth in its second year as an independent entity, with end of year figures for 2014 showing a 17 per cent increase on 2013.

Campaign launched to support Mayo pubs

A new report has found the drinks industry supports 3,781 jobs in Mayo, generating €84 million in wages in the county.

Westmeath a great example of sports tourism, says Keith Wood

Westmeath can advance its already strong sport tourism product and grab an even greater slice of the €450bn global industry in the sector, the organisers of a major think-tank of international experts in the field in May have stated.

Galway can grab greater slice of €450bn sport tourism product

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Galway can advance its already strong sport tourism product and grab a greater slice of the €450bn global industry in the sector, the organisers of a major think-tank of international experts in the field in May have stated.

Influential American tour operators eye Mayo

A group of influential American tour operators visited Mayo recently. They followed an action-packed itinerary, which also took in Galway, Sligo, Donegal, Belfast, and Dublin. These tour operators are responsible for making the travel arrangements for a range of large groups across the United States – including choral, pilgrimage, Christian heritage and educational groups. Their fact-finding visit was a fantastic opportunity to showcase what Mayo and Ireland has to offer such groups. They enjoyed a tour of Westport House before visiting the Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre and the National Famine Monument in Murrisk. Carefully selected and invited here by Tourism Ireland in New York, the itinerary for the tour operators was designed by Fáilte Ireland.

 

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