Some of the country’s top musicians filmed in Co Clare for a film airing on RTÉ this Christmas.
Completion of a coastal pathway at Loop Head is seen as “an absolute necessity” to the protection of the area as one councillor criticised how plans have been left sitting “for years”.
€500k has been invested to repair a 2km coastal walk adjacent to the visitor centre at The Cliffs of Moher while a path to recovery for the world renown tourist attraction is underway.
A North Clare community tourism network has been recognised as one of the world’s top thirty places, people and tourism projects for 2021.
Renewed energy and investment needs to be pumped into Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells to prevent authentic selling points of the landmark being “lost forever,” according to North Clare representatives.
Retaining the ‘leaking spend’ of visitors to the Cliffs of Moher must form an integral part of a twenty year strategy for the country’s most visited outdoor tourism attraction.
A ten year Clare tourism strategy has been approved by local elected representatives.
North Clare roads frequented by tourists are in need of adequate improvements to cater for their usage, elected representatives have flagged.
West Clare’s Greenway will “surpass anything” offered by their Waterford and Mayo equivalents, key personnel behind the planned project have stated.
A West Clare councillor has suggested that a coastal walk be developed in Kilkee akin to the popular Liscannor to Doolin trail.