The Irish tourist industry would be better able to woo the “buff pound” if there were more approved beaches for naturists and less uncertainty about the law surrounding nudity, a conference has heard.
Delegates from 25 countries are attending the International Naturist Congress in Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim, which continues until Sunday.
At the opening reception today, vice-president of the international organisation, Mike Ayers, said that although Ireland was generally a welcoming country “it has not a lot to offer naturists” despite the huge tourism potential the sector provides.
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