Tourism Meetings

The 2nd April 2019, the Brittany Regional Council organized its second tourism meeting in the cultural centre “L’Archipel”, in Fouesnant-les-Glénan. The mayor of Fouesnant, Roger Le Goff and Anne Gallo, VP of the CRT (Regional Council in charge of tourism), gave a welcoming speech. After the general meeting of the CRT, several conferences punctuated the day: integration of digital technology in the tourism sector, social networks strategies, development of hiking in Brittany, workshops about boating… Officers of the Regional Coucil from Brest went there to present the CAPITEN project, which has attracted the interest of many tourism professionals.

 

  • 1,000 Years of Maritime History in Limerick City

    To celebrate 1000 years of maritime history in Limerick City, John Elliott of Limerick City and County Council led a successful guided 1km walk, highlighting a millennium of riverine and maritime infrastructure in Limerick, focusing on the importance of the River Shannon in the development of Limerick City; both past and future. The importance of …
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  • 11th Annual Laurentic Forum (Sustaining Coastal Communities)

    This years Laurentic Forum taking place in County Donegal, Ireland on 23rd and 24th October 2019 is being Organized and Facilitated by the Inishowen Development Partnership in Conjunction with the Ulster Canada Initiative working in collaboration with all the regional stakeholders. The conference is co-funded by the CAPITEN project under the Atlantic Area Programme. The …
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  • Donegal Marine Tourism Conference 2019

    Donegal County Council in association with Donegal Tourism CLG and the CAPITEN project funded by the EU Atlantic Area Programme are pleased to host our Donegal Marine Tourism Conference 2019, which will take place on 5th and 6th September 2019. The venue will be the Redcastle Oceanfront Hotel & Spa, Inishowen. The theme is ‘Connecting our Coastline – A Transnational Approach to Sustainable Marine and Coastal Tourism’. …
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