‘A celebration of Louth’s coastline and local seafood offerings’
A new tourism initiative is being developed to showcase Louth’s picturesque coastline and local seafood offering in order to increase footfall into our restaurants and eateries, and enhance the visitor experience while in the county.
This exciting initiative is the first of its kind in the county and provides an excellent opportunity for the food trade and tourism sector to work together.
An information session will take place from 9.45am until 12.30pm on Wednesday 30th of October, 2019 in the Monasterboice Inn, Monasterboice, Co. Louth and restaurateurs, chefs, hoteliers and marketing managers are invited to hear from experts about the development of the trail and its importance for Co. Louth. They will also hear about the benefits for their business of being part of this trail and find out how to get involved. Food Tourism Expert, Burren Food Trail Co-ordinator 2013 – 2016 and Director of The Tourism Space Tina O’Dwyer will be the guest speaker on the day.
This initiative is being driven by Louth County Council in partnership with the Boyne Valley Food Development Officer and Dundalk Tourist Officer, and is supported by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) under the Fisheries Local Area Development Scheme (FLAG) for the North East Region.
If you would like to attend this free event, please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 042 – 9392981 with the names of those attending by Thursday 24th of October, 2019. (Max 3 attendees per business)