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Exploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: A Travel Guide to the West Coast of Ireland by David Flanagan, Richard CreaghExploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: A Travel Guide to the West Coast of Ireland by David Flanagan, Richard Creagh
£18.95Essential reading for anyone planning to visit the Atlantic coast of Ireland, and a beautiful book to browse through. Whether looking for ideas for weekend adventures or visiting from abroad you will find everything you need within this guide. The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2500km touring route that travels the full length of the west coast of Ireland, taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable.
This book's focus is on the outdoors - on getting out into the fresh air, the wind, the sun and the rain - and experiencing the incredible natural beauty found everywhere along the coast. It is full of spectacular photos, helpful maps and detailed information on the west coast's best sights, from the most famous landmarks to the hidden gems on this awe inspiring route.
Small enough to pop in a bag, but bursting with history and mystery. A great guidebook for those who think they know Belfast well, or those who prefer to discover less obvious delights on the tourist trails.
Also available as Secret New York / Dublin / Paris.
Perfect inspiration for your next trip - 52 inspired weekends in locations near and far. For example "Literary Paris through the eyes of Hemingway", or "Copenhagen's Design Culture" - or "Vintage Holywood" if you're going further.
A fabulous gift for the enthusiastic culture hound.
How often do you find yourself trying to navigate by phone these days, only to (a) run out of signal (especially in Ireland) (b) run out of data or (c) run out of patience when the map keeps turning around.....
Remember the good old printed map? Everyone can have a look and plan the journey, get an impression of how long it will take, and see things along the way, whilst chatting to your car companions. Well, maybe …..
Now for all 4 corners of Ireland.