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    Experience Development is the art and science of delivering a consistent message that inspires consumers throughout their travel experience – providing something that not only motivates visitors to become ambassadors for your destination but also gives them the tools to help tell your message.

    The concept of experience development extends beyond just simply providing an enjoyable experience for visitors. To achieve international cut-through in today’s ‘sharing economy’, experiences need to utilise thematic interpretation techniques that evoke a positive emotional response in visitors, making them want to brag about their experience with family and friends and to experience it again and again.

    Ireland’s Experience Brands are at the heart of ‘Tourism Brand Ireland’. They bring it to life, create the motivation for visitors to visit the Island of Ireland by defining its diverse character in a way potential visitors can understand. The Experience Brands provide the competitive advantage that separates us from our competitors.

    Connemara Coast & Aran Islands visitor experience development

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    The Connemara Coast and Islands are renowned for stories highlighting the unique landscape and the resilience of coastal and island life.

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    Dingle Peninsula visitor experience development

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    The Dingle Peninsula is a national treasure, a stunningly beautiful place that exists off the beaten path.

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    Burren visitor experience development


    This truly unique limestone landscape offers a wealth of fascinating natural, historical, archaeological and cultural treasures.

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    Dark skies feasibility study

    The Cliffs of Moher at night

    Find out more about maximising the tourism potential of dark sky assets in the Wild Atlantic Way by reading the feasibility study.

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    Killarney destination and experience development

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    Find out about Killarney significant place in Irish tourism, evolving from its historical origins to become an internationally recognised tourism hub.

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    The Three Peninsulas: West Cork & Kerry visitor experience development


    This stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way offers an intimate encounter with land, coast and people and a slower pace of life.

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    Clew Bay destination & experience development

    An aerial view of Clew Bay, Co. Mayo

    Clew Bay boasts a unique combination of islands and mountains, leaving visitors awestruck by the beauty and interplay of land, sea and sky.

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    Skellig Coast visitor experience development

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    The rugged Skellig Coast in Kerry – stretching from Kells to Castlecove – is famous for its journeys to and from the ‘edge of the world’.

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    Limerick Wild Atlantic Way Gateway City Strategy

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    Find out more about the Limerick Wild Atlantic Way Gateway City Strategy and public consultation

    View the Wild Atlantic Way Gateway City Strategy