Ballyhoura Development continues to work with and support tourism businesses, attractions and activity providers in the Ballyhoura region.

Ballyhoura Development is here to help, advise and support individual businesses and tourism activity providers via one-to-one clinics, which can be booked directly with Ballyhoura Development Tourism & Marketing Office, Jana Mannion at [email protected]


Ballyhoura Development will continue promoting the region and its offerings through Visit Ballyhoura.com website, social media and other digital platforms. You can submit your offerings for sharing on social media to [email protected]

A range of online training workshops is being devised for tourism businesses. Details of these workshops are posted in our Business & Enterprise Training page.


Ballyhoura Development will continue to communicate with Fáilte Ireland and other tourism agencies on the range of available supports. 

As Irish tourism businesses learn to cope with the new reality imposed by COVID-19, Fáilte Ireland is here to provide step-by-step guidance.

Their customised support hub — featuring expert insights, advice on support schemes and more — is designed to help tourism businesses understand and adjust to the extreme challenges you are facing and will be regularly updated if and when the situation changes.

Failte Ireland Business Support Hub


The Government has provided a number of supports and initiatives to assist the tourism industry in these challenging times. Failte Ireland guidelines and FAQs will help businesses to understand each of these initiatives and how it might apply to their business — and enable you to survive, stabilise and recover.

Government Supports FAQs


Tourism Business Continuity Scheme

The Tourism Business Continuity Programme is designed to support strategic tourism businesses survive through the pandemic and be there to help drive the recovery of tourism.

Find more details below of the 2022 schemes.

Find Out More/Apply Online