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

4th December, 2015
Bus Eireann advertising material is already promoting Wild Atlantic Way bus tours that have yet to be rolled out

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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