“The Wild Atlantic Way is a spectacular route to tour” – says TV presenter Angela Scanlon

Published on : Thursday, October 11, 2018

indexA new online film starring TV and radio presenter Angela Scanlon and her dad Phelim exploring Mayo and Sligo has been unveiled. It’s the third in a series of four short films created by Tourism Ireland and The Daily Telegraph to highlight Ireland to holidaymakers in Great Britain.

 

The online videos – called “On the road with Angela Scanlon” – are all about driving holidays around the island of Ireland. They’re hosted on theTelegraph website and are being promoted via online advertising as well as on the social platforms of both The Daily Telegraph and Tourism Ireland, including Facebook and Twitter, and will be seen by around 123,000 viewers.

 

In the film, viewers see Angela and Phelim begin their trip in Westport, with coffee and a slice of apple tart in Christy’s Harvest. The father-and-daughter duo debate where to go next on their adventure, with a little advice from Christy. They drive to Keem Bay, which Angela describes as “just unbelievable”. They continue round the coast for a spot of kayaking at Downpatrick Head. The pair carry on past Ben Bulben and stop at Eithna’s by the Sea in Mullaghmore, where they feast on a “meal that requires an apron” – a platter of freshly caught seafood, piled high with lobsters, prawns and crab, all locally sourced.

 

Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland’s Head of Great Britain, said: “Our promotion with The Daily Telegraph and Angela Scanlon is specifically designed to encourage British travellers to come and discover the island of Ireland by car. Visitors who use a car on holidays tend to stay longer, spend more and are more likely to visit more than one regionWe are continuing to promote Mayo, Sligo and the Wild Atlantic Way, encouraging prospective British visitors to discover this spectacular part of Ireland for themselves.”

 

The campaign includes a series of articles all about Ireland in the Saturday travel section of The Daily Telegraph – which is read by 1.4 million people across Britain. It also includes a series of ads in the paper; and a specially-created ‘Indulge in Ireland’ hub on The Daily Telegraph website, which includesaround 40 different articles, which are being promoted via online advertising.

 

Great Britain is a vital market for tourism to the island of Ireland. It delivers 47% of all overseas visitors and around 30% of all overseas tourism revenue.Its contribution to the regional tourism economy and to season extension objectives are also significant, with 41% of British visitors arriving between October and March.

 

 

Source:- Tourism Ireland

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