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Rumoured to be Ireland’s most photographed Castle, Dunguaire Castle, located just outside the picturesque fishing village of Kinvara, sits perched on the shores of Galway Bay.
The four-star Lough Rea Hotel & Spa is a great base to explore all the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer. The Lough Rea Hotel and Spa is located 20 minutes from Galway city and is just minutes from all connecting routes to Mayo, Sligo, and Donegal to the north and Clare, Limerick, Kerry, and Cork to the south. It is the ideal location to jump into your Wild Atlantic Way adventure.
Tourism transport operators such as car rental companies, chauffeur and limousine businesses and escorted tour providers will be eligible to apply for funding under the next stage of Fáilte Ireland’s strategic Tourism Business Continuity Scheme with the application process opening today, Thursday, April 8.
Right in the heart of Dublin, the city’s oldest hotel is a Georgian classic offering family-friendly accommodation with outstanding Irish hospitality.
Hundreds of B&B owners across Galway city and county will be entitled to a grant of up to €4,000 to help them re-open following the lockdown necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two weeks following the Fáilte Ireland launched COVID-19 Safety Charter for the tourism industry, the Athlone-based Hodson Bay Group is close to becoming the first hotel group in Ireland to successfully get the Safety Charter stamp of approval.
The Mayo Mountain Rescue Team were tasked at 7pm last Sunday night to search for a missing person who was overdue on their return from walking the Letterkeen loop walk.
Fáilte Ireland is looking for new festival ideas with the potential to motivate visitors to the region of the Wild Atlantic Way. The National Tourism Development Authority identifies festivals as a key driver of tourism growth, particularly outside of traditional tourism hotspots.
A total of 605,000 passenger journeys were recorded on the Dublin/Mayo rail line in 2019, the highest figures ever recorded on the route - this represents a 4.9 per cent increase on 2018.
BBC Good Food Magazine has named Galway as its top destination for foodies in 2020. The city made it to the top of the annual list as it prepares to embark on a year-long European Capital of Culture 2020 programme, with food culture playing a major part of the planned events.