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Davitt’s in Kenmare wins CIE Tours award

DAVITT’S Restaurant & Bar in Kenmare has won a prestigious CIE Tours International Award of Excellence for 2015 for its lunches. The CIE Tours awards, which are in their 26th year, were announced at a ceremony in Dublin Castle recently.

Tourism strategy targets extra 525,000 visitors to Cork by 2020

GROWING Tourism in Cork – A Collective Strategy, an ambitious new tourism strategy for Cork was launched at the Cork International Airport recently and intends to make Cork a “must see” destination in Ireland for domestic and international visitors.

Trails for Tourism – A Policy to maximise the economic benefit to the County

MEMBERS of Cork County Council recently adopted Draft Trails for Tourism, a policy to maximise the economic benefit to the County which was drafted by members of the Tourism Strategic Policy Committee. Through the promotion of trails, the policy aims to support rural regeneration, economic development and tourism in a sustainable manner. The policy supports the linking of trails with existing attractions (heritage, historic, commemorative) with a focus on achieving

Ludgate@Skibbereen team awarded Cork Conference Ambassador Award for National Digital Week

THE Cork Convention Bureau (CCB) hosted the second annual #CorkNeedsYou Cork Conference Ambassadors Awards at the Vienna Woods Hotel recently. The prestigious ceremony paid special tribute to six category winning ambassadors who have helped secure in excess of €10 million for the local economy over the past 12 months and who were instrumental in bringing more than 13,000 delegates to Cork in the past year, 7,000 of whom were international

Clonakilty named among Ireland’s top tourism towns

FAILTE Ireland has honoured Clonakilty for the town’s impressive performance in reaching out to visitors and creating the best possible tourism experience at the fourth annual Tourism Towns Awards which took place in The Morrison Hotel, in Dublin recently.

Eyeries features in UK advertising campaign

THE picturesque West Cork village of Eyeries has been selected to feature on posters and adverts in Tourism Ireland’s latest UK advertising campaign highlighting the Wild Atlantic Way. Tourism Ireland in Britain is partnering with Aer Lingus this month, to promote flights to Cork Airport and the adverts are highlighting the “colourful towns, lush landscapes, deserted beaches and jutting peninsulas” of County Cork and Cork city “known as Ireland’s culinary

Cork County Council leads Cork Airport marketing supports

CORK County Council has confirmed that it has committed a sum of €100,000 to support a cooperative marketing programme with Cork Airport aimed at maximising the opportunity for inbound tourism arising from the ongoing route developments at the airport.