Take a photographic journey down Ireland’s Atlantic coast from Donegal in the north to Cork in the south. This beautiful book showcases the west coast in all its wild beauty: dramatic views, abundant nature and wildlife, lighthouses, harbours and quaint seaside villages, as well as heritage, history and people.
The Wild Atlantic Way is a fully-signposted route along the west coast of Ireland that brings the visitor to some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery and liveliest towns: from surfing in Rossknowlagh to birdwatching at the magnificent cliffs of Moher, from the boats in Galway Bay to traditional music in Doolin, from dolphins in Kerry to castles in Cork there’s something for everyone on the wild west coast.
Over 200 wonderful photographs.
Maps showing each section of the Wild Atlantic Way: Donegal-Mayo, Mayo-Clare, Clare-Kerry, Kerry to Cork.
'A sumptuous book in which the magnificent colour photographs speak for themselves' Books Ireland on Ireland's Coast
|Publisher||The O'Brien Press|
|Publication date||3 Mar 2015|