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Killary Fjord Boat Tours attends largest French travel exhibition

Killary Fjord Boat Tours are among 14 Irish tourism companies joining Tourism Ireland at IFTM Top Resa, the largest travel trade exhibition in France. The...

Plans grounded for modern Treehouse for tourists overlooking Killary Fjord

Plans for a luxury 'habitable treehouse' glamping development for tourist overlooking Killary Fjord have been rejected by county planners. The treehouse was to be built...

Council rejects expansion plans for Killary Fjord Boat Tours

Galway County Council has refused planning permission for a new terminal and other facilities for a company providing boat tours on Killary Fjord. Connemara Sea-Cruise,...

Killary glamping development gets the go ahead

Galway County Council has given the go ahead for a glamping development overlooking Killary Fjord for tourists who want something other than a hotel. Brackencroft...

Galway promoted to Belgian and Dutch travel agents

Galway has been promoted to 50 leading tour operators and travel agents from Belgium and the Netherlands at Tourism Ireland’s B2B workshops in Brussels...

Connemara tourist spots on the road to UNESCO status

The Joyce Country and Western Lakes region which covers Galway and Mayo has taken a step forward on its path to becoming a UNESCO...

Local company promotes tourism in Galway to Nordic countries

Ireland was promoted to over 50 tour operators and travel agents from Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland at a trade workshop in Copenhagen. Twenty-two Irish...

Two Galway companies showcased at major travel market in London

Kylemore Abbey and Killary Fjord Boat Tours are among 100 Irish companies to be hosted at Tourism Ireland's stand at the World Travel Market...

Expansion plans for Connemara hotel

Planning permission is being sought for an expansion of the Leenane Hotel in Connemara. Connemara Hotels Ltd is seeking the county council’s approval to build...

Connemara food truck named 4th best dining experience in Ireland!

Misunderstood Heron in Leenaun has been named as the fourth best outdoor dining experience in Ireland in a list by The Irish Independent. Opened by...

Almost €200k approved for flood defences in Leenaun

Leenaun village received some good news today, with funding approved for flood defences in the Connemara village, which has a history of flooding. Minister of...

Two Galway seafood companies awarded over €10k funding

Two Galway aquaculture projects have been awarded €10,598 in funding out of a national pot of €1.3 million allocated to 15 seafood projects nationwide. Derrylea...

Lonely Planet guide lists Galway food truck as some of the world’s best street food

The award winning Misunderstood Heron food truck in Leenaun keeps rolling to new heights, being named for having some of the best street food...

Five great finalists representing Galway at the Irish Tourism Industry Awards

Galway is the place for a tourism experience like no other, and championing the county are four finalists in the running for the 2019...

Galway Oyster and Seafood festival declared one of the world’s best food festivals

National Geographic Traveller has declared Galway Oyster and Seafood festival to be one of the best food and drink festivals in the world. It put...

€165,000 funding allocated to 27 coastal projects in Galway and Mayo

Twenty-seven projects in Galway, Mayo and the West are to benefit from funding of over €165,000. The funding has been allocated under the European Maritime...

Four Galway businesses claim prizes at Family Business Awards

Four Galway businesses across a range of sectors were honoured at the Irish Family Business Awards which took place last Friday. The 2023 Irish Family...

Five Galway food businesses and events get the nod in prestigious guide

Five businesses and events that show of the best of Galway's food culture were included as some of the best places to eat in...

Dozens of lost lobster pots saved from seabed by divers in Connemara

FIFTY-SEVEN lobster pots have been recovered from the bottom of Killary Harbour in Co. Galway, in a first-of-its-kind operation. As well as the lobster pots, a number...

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