11 April 2024

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Wild Atlantic Way estimated to be worth three billion euro a year

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Wild Atlantic Way estimated to be worth three billion euro a year

The Wild Atlantic Way is ten years old and is estimated to be worth three billion euro a year.

It runs all the way down the west coast from Donegal to Cork – 2,500 kilometres in total.

Failte Ireland estimates the route has delivered an extra 35,000 tourism jobs in the past decade – adding to what was there before.

Miriam Kennedy is head of the Wild Atlantic Way, and says they got a lot of help along the way:

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