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240kg of litter collected in Clare coastal clean-up

Volunteers from all around Clare came out on Saturday to take part in Clean Coasts and Fáilte Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way Community Clean-ups of Lahinch Beach in Clare. 

Wild Atlantic Way clean-up event on Saturday

Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development’s role is to support the long-term sustainable growth in the economic, social, cultural, and environmental contribution of tourism to Ireland.

Burren Discovery Trail viewing points unveiled

Fáilte Ireland has unveiled the first viewing points along the Burren Discovery Trail, a new looped route off the Wild Atlantic Way designed to encourage visitors to explore more and stay longer in the Burren. 

International recognition for Moher Cottage

A small cottage café on the Wild Atlantic Way has received international recognition thanks to a Facebook post by the Chief Operating Officer of social media giant Facebook.

Aer Lingus JFK service resumes ahead of schedule

The CEO of Shannon Group, Mary Considine, has said that the launch today of a new Shannon based aircraft and the early return of Aer Lingus’ New York JFK service is a further show of commitment by the airline to Shannon Airport and the region.

Loop Head Lighthouse to reopen on March 16th

The 2019 tourist season at Loop Head Lighthouse commences on Saturday, 16 March 2019 as the historic West Clare landmark opens to the public for the first time this year.

Wild Atlantic Way inspires stunning hotel makeover

The Old Ground Hotel, Ennis recently unveiled its refurbished Banner Room banqueting suite following a hugely significant €300,000 makeover earlier this year.

Wild Atlantic Way as a must-visit cycling destination

Fáilte Ireland has announced that it is teaming up with cycling specialists Ride Wild (www.ridewild.ie ) to launch the Wild Atlantic Way Cycle Sportif.

Pilot scheme to develop touring routes off Wild Atlantic...

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Patrick O’Donovan has unveiled the route for the Shannon Estuary Drive - the first in what is hoped to be a series of drives which will be developed by Fáilte Ireland in collaboration with local stakeholders to encourage visitors to discover the variety of inland visitor experiences as they travel along the Wild Atlantic Way.
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