Cross Irish Sea collaboration between Ireland and Wales introduces Celtic Routes tourism initiative

A cross-Irish Sea set of collaborative counties in Ireland and Wales has formed a partnership to deliver a new tourism heritage project known as the ‘Celtic Routes’, aimed at bringing Celtic culture, spirit and soul to a new audience.

The partnership is comprised of the coastal communities of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, Wicklow, Wexford and Waterford, who have joined forces to deliver a selection of curated travel experiences in order to encourage travellers to Ireland and Wales to discover the Celtic Spirit by offering a number of immersive and authentic Celtic experiences.

It is partly funded via the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme 2014-2020. In total, it is comprised of 78 visitor experiences that can be enjoyed across the six counties, affording tourists the opportunity to really explore these beautiful and spiritual corners of west Wales and eastern Ireland that act as almost mirror images of each other from across the Irish Sea, characterised by long, unspoilt beaches, lush rolling countryside and, rising up in the distance, dramatic mountain ranges.

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