Wild Atlantic Music Tours was a new business and in need of a website. A professional branded website would promote their music tours along the Wild Atlantic Way. They will provide accommodation & transport for their music tours. Every tour group is accompanied by a well established Irish musician, taking you on day trips to visit traditional instrument makers and cultural sights and by night introducing you to our wealth of traditional Irish music pubs.
When I first met the Wild Atlantic Music Tours team based out of Ennis, it was apparent they were very passionate about this new business. They had a clear vision of the look and feel of the website they required and wished it to clearly showcase the traditional Irish Music Sessions that are available along the Wild Atlantic Way.
- The website was to be designed to perform well in search engines and to have a good end user experience
- The responsive site will display well on all screen sizes including mobile devices
- Wild Atlantic Music Tours will provide images and content for the website
- The system will be developed in WordPress – which is an easy to use Content Management System (CMS).
- The system will have to have the facility to take deposit payments and be future proofed for e-commerce
Wild Atlantic Music Tours were able to provide all the images of the some of the fantastic music sessions around Clare and content for the website. They were a start-up business and knew the value of a well search engine optimized website to ensure visitor numbers.
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About Wild Atlantic Music Tours
Wild Atlantic Music Tours based in Ennis, Co. Clare run two types of tour. The ‘Clare’ tour runs for 6 days and nights and visits the spiritual home of Irish Traditional music on the Wild Atlantic Way. The ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ tour runs for 9 days and nights during which we stay for three days and nights in each county ( Kerry / Clare / Galway ) and accommodation is in 3 or 4 star hotels. We bring a maximum of 22 guests per tour.
Leaders often bring their musical instruments for an occasional song along the way. By night we share music with Irish songwriters, poets and traditional musicians at traditional ‘sessions’ of fiddles, tin whistles, guitars, accordions, tenor banjos, playing jigs and reels, and singing songs.
The tours are very relaxed and flexible. Guests come from all over the world. Their groups tend to get very close during the course of the tours and many of our guests make life long friendships.