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New video highlights Ireland's charming towns and villages

Tourism Ireland has created a new online film showcasing the charming towns and villages to be found right around the island of Ireland – which make the perfect base for overseas visitors.

Tourism Ireland’s video was created to remind people everywhere why Ireland is the perfect choice for a holiday, where they’ll discover heritage towns full of history, quaint cottages and picturesque coastal villages, as well as great food, music-filled pubs and warm welcomes!

Tourism Ireland is encouraging prospective visitors to take time to explore Ireland’s towns and villages, sample delicious food and experience the warmest of welcomes.
 
The video features just some of Ireland’s wonderful towns and villages – including some of the ‘stars’ of the Wild Atlantic Way like Westport, Clifden, Roundstone, Kinsale, Baltimore, Eyeries and Doolin.

WESTPORT-002_-_Copy.jpgWestport, on the Wild Atlantic Way © Tourism Ireland 

Northern Ireland towns featured include Strangford and Newcastle, Glenarm and Portrush and Portstewart.

From Ireland’s Ancient East, viewers will see Cobh and Carlingford; and Dalkey is an example of the pretty coastal towns that visitors will discover on the outskirts of Dublin city.

Janet Redler, Chief Executive of Janet Redler Travel & Tourism, said: “Ireland has some of the most charming towns and villages imaginable, and this video highlights the delights of just some of them. When you visit Ireland, it is definitely worth getting off the usual Dublin to Cork tourist routes to discover much more of this wonderful country.”

Tourism Ireland is the organisation responsible for promoting the island of Ireland overseas as a leading holiday destination and, in 2019, almost 11.2 million overseas visitors were welcomed to the island of Ireland.

Last year, our team member Kat enjoyed a visit to Ireland’s fabulous Ancient East, visiting some of the idyllic little towns, exploring the beautiful countryside and enjoying delicious food and drink along the way. You can read Kat’s blog here.

The new film is being promoted through Tourism Ireland’s social platforms, including Facebook (more than 4.57 million fans worldwide), Twitter (over 524,000 followers) and YouTube.

If you or your group would like to explore the charms of Ireland’s towns and villages on a tailor-made tour of Ireland, please do contact our friendly team today and we can put together the perfect itinerary for you.

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