Tourism Ireland Newsletter July 23, 2014

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The Emerald isle is brewing up a storm through an explosion of craft breweries producing unique, quality, flavoursome beers to tempt the most temperate of tasters.
Sky-high festival fun for Irish town of Foynes
Accolades continue for Titanic Belfast


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Tourism Ireland Congratulates Rory McIlroy on his Open Victory
Rory McIlroy, from Holywood, County Down, has confirmed his place in sport’s history books after taking the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. Celebrations got under way on Sunday evening at his home club in Holywood as he collected the Claret Jug in a thrilling final round.

Be Part of the Adventure – Delphi Adventure Resort, Connemara – Ireland
Nestled amongst the scenic splendours along the Wild Atlantic Way, Green Way and the Blue Way, Delphi Adventure Resort is set on a 300 acre site located in the heart of the scenically breathtaking Delphi Valley, near Leenane, Connemara, Galway, Ireland.

Play FIVE Open Championship Courses with Carr Golf Travel
The Open Championship takes place at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake this week. Royal Liverpool Golf Club holds a special place in the hearts of the Carr family, it is the venue where JB Carr won the first of his three British Amateur titles in 1953, before securing further successes at St Andrews and Royal Portrush.

Ireland to host prestigious adventure summit
People seeking not just the holiday of a lifetime but the adventure of a lifetime are increasingly looking to the Emerald Isle. Famed for its beautiful, varied and rugged landscape and now internationally recognised for its sustainable tourism development, the island has become a popular choice particularly with hikers, cyclists, water sports enthusiasts and lovers of extreme activities.

“Feel the view” – Visit the Ballycotton Lighthouse for the First Time in History
Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours (BILT) is a unique new historical natural visitor experience launching July 2014 in East Cork, enabling public access to the famous historic Ballycotton lighthouse and island for the first time in over 160 years.

Sky-high festival fun for Irish town of Foynes
2014All eyes will be on the skies above Foynes in County Limerick in July as the Irish port celebrates a historic moment in its contribution to global aviation with a spectacular air show. The town of Foynes is set to stage one of Ireland’s most spectacular air shows in July, when a historic moment in the County Limerick port’s contribution to global aviation will be celebrated.

The Emerald Isle is brewing up a storm through an explosion of craft breweries producing unique, quality, flavoursome beers to tempt the most temperate of tasters
In the last year alone, 13 new breweries have opened bringing the total number on the island to 35, each with a different brew to sell and a different tale to tell.

Accolades continue for Titanic Belfast
Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic exhibition, has won a Visitor Centre Outstanding Achievement Award from the world’s top themed entertainment association. Located at the Belfast dock where RMS Titanic was built more than 100 years ago, the iconic six-floor attraction features nine interpretive and interactive galleries that explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of the famous liner.
The Burren: Taste beauty and the Feast
For centuries, people have flocked to see the stark beauty of the Burren on the Emerald Isle’s western edge, a landscape so unique that the Burren and Cliffs of Moher have UNESCO Global Geopark status. Now twenty-first century visitors are being encouraged to do more than just sightsee – by taking part in the Burren Food Trail and Weekly Food Series, whose motto is ‘Don’t just visit the Burren – taste it!’.
Foodies can savour the unique Flavors of Ireland with new “Good Food” Vacations from Sceptre Tours
Rockville Centre, NY (July 7, 2014) — Every destination has its own unique culinary heritage and Sceptre Tours, an expert in travel to Ireland, has just unveiled its own series of “Good Food Ireland” tours for those who want to see the country from a different perspective.


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