Hand control of the Wild Atlantic Way to the NRA
The route needs a management agency such as the roads authority, rather than Fáilte Ireland
It has been forecast that Ireland will attract over 7.7 million holidaymakers this year. This certainly would be a great achievement.
Some of this recent tourism growth has been attributed to the novelty of the Wild Atlantic Way. Many seaboard areas are now expecting a greater market share from this project, having faltered too long in the shadow of Dublin’s dominating tourism role.
The Wild Atlantic Way clearly is a scheme with great potential,...
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