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'Munster Vales' adds to tourist offering

Munster Vales is a new  tourism destination incorporating the Comeraghs, Knockmealdowns, Galtees, Ballyhouras and Nagles mountain ranges. The brand was officially 


launched in Lismore Castle, Co. Waterford by Minister for State at the Department of Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D.
Munster Vales offers visitors 1,100km of way-marked walking routes, 96 activities and attractions, 9 historic heritage sites and an array of accommodation, festivals and locally produced, delicious food.
Major tourism attractions within the region include Doneraile Wildlife Park, the Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle, Ormond Castle, the Waterford Greenway, Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Park, Glen of Aherlow, Lough Gur, Lismore to mention but  a few. Dedicated trails and bundle packages available on our website make visiting simple. Enjoy discovering our rich heritage and latest news on www.munstervales.com or for travel inspiration you can follow Munster Vales on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Speaking at the launch, Minister for State at the Department of Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D. said; “Munster Vales is an excellent example of community tourism in action. The brand represents individuals, businesses, communities and groups that recognise the importance of collectively marketing and promoting their destination and region for the greater economic good of the entire region and country as a whole. I would like to convey my congratulations to the Board and wish them well in the delivery of this initiative and I would encourage other communities to learn from this example and to recognise the benefits of working together to promote local tourism.”

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