Tourism

Tourism Vital to Irish Sea Regions

Irish Sea 2050 Conference Balancing the Bounty

 

Porth Eirias Watersports centre and the recently constructed beach testify to the vital importance of and investment in North Wales tourism. Irish Sea 2050 (IS-2050 speakers, networking and breakout sessions can expand on initiatives like the coastal cycle paths and regional connectivity around the Irish Sea Rim and you as delegates and visitors will join the mountains to marine experience in our pre-conference visit to Electric Mountain.

  • Conwy Town
  • Imperial hotel Llandudno location for conference dinner
  • Rhyl harbour and cycle bridge Pont y Draig
  • Porth Eirias Colwyn Bay structure built on the platform created by coastal defence works to assist beach retention and deliver sports, tourism and community resources.
  • Cyclists by opening bridge
  • Crab fishing Conwy town
  • vulnerable caravans along North Wales coast
  • Tourism - proms on the prom
  • Crab fishing in Rhyl harbour
  • Porth Eirias water sports centre
  • Their future
  • Rock pool fishing at low tide
  • Conwy Castle
  • low tide jelly fish
  • Cod off the coast
  • Llandudno pier 700 metres
  • Pont Britannia across Menai Strait originally designed and built by Robert Stephenson
  • Beaumaris castle Anglesey
  • Parc Eirias international sports arena
  • Rhyl steam train
  • Looks like he dug up a famly
  • Menai strait at Beaumaris

Traditional guest house holiday makers are largely a thing of the past as the legacy is replaced with today’s tourism mobility and interests. North Wales by geography is an hour from the millions of frequent repeating visitors from the mid and north west of England and in order to maintain the standards of appeal Wales must balance environment and national identity with attraction, satisfaction and convenience.

Ironically it is the beautiful North Wales coast which is currently subject to flood risk and flood defences which are sensitively introduced and where tidal lagoons can holistically address multiple prospects for tourism and local socio-economic improvements as well as sustainable energy.