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Earlier this month, Ireland’s first floating boardwalk was unveiled at Acres Lake in Co Leitrim. The 600m boardwalk – between Drumshanbo and Carrick-on-Shannon – will serve as the final leg of the Shannon Blueway, part of an expanding network of recreational trails that offer walking, kayaking, and cycling routes in lesser-known parts of the State. […]
Tourism
A new project aiming to bring back 10,000 years of Irish history through the restoration of raised bogs across Ireland has been launched by Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys. The Living Bog Project will see restoration measures take place on 12 raised bog special areas of conservation (SACs) in seven counties […]
Education Tourism
In the days of climate change, living environmentally friendly plays a key part in sustaining the current quality of the earth for future generations. Not only private households across Europe do their part in ensuring a greener future, the Governments of different countries have started to take action, by increasing recycling in their country or […]
Tourism
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Tourism
This August will see Donegal reach across the Atlantic Ocean to extend a heartfelt Céad Mile Fáilte to its nearest westerly neighbours, friends and family. As part of its ongoing marketing campaign aimed at increasing its ever-growing visitor numbers to the county, Donegal Tourism along with Harvey’s Point with Support from Tourism Ireland will embark […]
Tourism
Tourism is Ireland’s biggest indigenous employer with visitors to the country spending €4.6 billion in 2016, according to Fáilte Ireland figures. That figure is spread across all Ireland’s regions but the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) has collated data to give a breakdown of areas benefiting most from tourism. Unsurprisingly, Dublin leads the way with […]
Tourism
More than one million North Americans visited Ireland in 2016, the first time the milestone has ever been broken. The figures were revealed in this week’s preliminary Tourism Facts 2016 – a compilation of Irish tourism findings published by Fáilte Ireland. The report provides details on where tourists came from, where they went in Ireland, […]
Technology Tourism
The largest windfarm in Ireland officially opened at Meenadreen, Co Donegal, following a €145m investment by Energia. The 95-megawatt wind farm has 38 turbines standing 115m high with 90m rotor diameter. Renewable energy firm Energia developed the €145m project over two years and power from Meenadreen will be used to supply electricity to homes and […]
Tourism
The City of Galway will be officially launched as European Green Leaf 2017, an environmental designation awarded by the European Commission in “recognition of the city’s commitment to the environment”. Galway was awarded the appointment in June last year, beating off competition from Mikkeli in Finland and Cornellà de Llobregat in Spain, but the status […]
Tourism
The Seventh annual Meath Business & Tourism Awards took place tonight at the Newgrange Hotel in Navan. Hosted by Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh, the awards provide an opportunity to recognize the talent and efforts of the business community throughout Meath. The Overall winner of the Business of the Year Award 2016 was Travalue from Navan, with […]