Calls have been made for Malin Head to be made the starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way.
The tourism initative stretchs from the Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal to Kinsale, Co Cork and it is billed as “the road trip of a lifetime”.
The Wild Atlantic Way project received €8 million in funding in Budget 2014.
Speaking in the Dail today, Donegal North East Deputy, Charlie McConalogue called for Malin Head to be made the startinf point.
He says it would give a huge tourism boost for the area:
But the Minister of State for Tourism, Michael Ring said it was not feasible to make Malin Head the starting point for the route.
He said if it was made the starting point, then other areas would be excluded: