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Welcome to Athy Ireland, your premier online destination for all things related to the charming town of Athy and its surrounding regions. Our platform,, is more than just a blog; it’s a vibrant community where locals and expatriates alike share their experiences, stories, and love for this beautiful part of Ireland.

Why Advertise with Us?

Athy Ireland offers a unique opportunity for local businesses to connect with a dedicated and engaged audience. Our readers are passionate about Irish culture, local events, and supporting businesses that enhance their community experience.

Our Platforms:

  1. Athy Ireland Blog: With a growing readership, our blog is the perfect place to showcase your business to a targeted audience interested in Irish lifestyle, culture, and local happenings.
  2. Social Media Presence:
    • Twitter: @athyireland – Engage with a dynamic community who actively shares and discusses local news and events.
    • Facebook Pages:
      • Athy Ireland – Connect with locals and expats who are passionate about Athy.
      • Travel in Ireland – Perfect for businesses catering to tourists and visitors in Ireland.
    • Facebook Groups:
      • Athy Town – Join conversations in a group dedicated to the daily happenings and community events in Athy.

Our Audience:

Our readers and followers consist of a diverse mix of local residents, expatriates living in Ireland, and tourists planning their next Irish adventure. This varied audience provides an excellent platform for businesses that cater to a range of clients and customers, both local and international.

Advertising Opportunities:

We offer a variety of advertising options to suit your business needs and budget, including:

  • Featured blog posts
  • Banner ads on our website
  • Sponsored social media posts
  • Customized campaigns combining various platforms

Get Started:

Ready to boost your business with Athy Ireland? Contact us today to discuss how we can collaborate to create effective and engaging advertising solutions tailored to your needs.


Phone: +353 86 387 6556

Looking forward to partnering with you and helping your business thrive in the heart of Ireland!

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