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  • Ireland: A Luminous Beautyby Peter Harbison; Leslie Conron Carola

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 35.99

    Island light is magical. And none more so than Ireland's. Ireland's light floods the landscape, luring the senses with a restless presence. The water surrounding and carving through the island reflects back to us the ever-changing movement of the wind-blown clouds and light. Stop for a minute and the settings change: what was straight is bent, light... more...

  • Dingle Peggyby Hilary Bradt

    Bradt Travel Guides Limited 2013; US$ 16.99

    Dingle Peggy - Holiday reads and travel literature by Hilary Bradt about further long-distance horseriding travels in Ireland, part memoir and cultural history. This narrative follows the adventures of Bradt and her new pony, Peggy, into Counties Waterford, Tipperary and Limerick, exploring the rural landscapes on an inspiring journey. more...

  • The Blue Cabinby Michael Faulkner

    Blackstaff Press Ltd 2011; US$ 6.99

    Following the collapse of his business, Michael Faulkner and his wife moved from Scotland to a cabin on Islandmore, an uninhabited island on Strangford Lough. more...

  • A Place Near Heaven A Year in West Corkby Damien Enright

    Gill & Macmillan 2004; US$ 9.99

    A beautifully written account of a calendar year in West Cork, told in month-by-month observations of rural life and the natural world. more...

  • Tócharby Darach Macdonald

    New Island Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    Tóchar (?Causeway?) is a walking-pace travelogue through the country that was dubbed ?the Island of Saints and Scholars? long before the Celtic Tiger took up residence. Set against the backdrop of spectacular scenery in every corner of Ireland, the book recounts the trials and tribulations of a modern-day pilgrim. more...

  • A Year of Festivals in Irelandby Mark Graham

    New Island Publishing 2014; US$ 9.99

    Meet Mark Graham, Conker Champion of Ireland, All-Ireland Bucket-Singing Champion and the sixth-best bog snorkeler in Ireland. Rejected by the banks as he looked to start on the journey to home ownership, Mark started in an altogether more interesting and exciting journey to attend three festivals a week for a year. more...

  • Driving The Greenby Kevin Markham

    The Collins Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    Mark Twain had it all wrong: golf is not a good walk spoiled, golf is a journey. And when Ireland provides the map it becomes an 11,000km odyssey for one man in a camper van. Kevin plays every 18-hole golf course in Ireland in all kinds of weather and with all kinds of golfers. He deals with a leaky roof, potholes, born-again Christians and even an... more...

  • Hooked: An Amateur's Guide to the Golf Courses of Irelandby Kevin Markham

    The Collins Press 2009; US$ 11.99

    What makes playing a golf course a great experience? Kevin Markham travelled 6,800 miles in a 20-year-old camper van, walked 2,100 miles, lost countless balls, and wore out three pairs of golf shoes to find out. He played and rated every 18-hole course - all 350 of them. The result is the most comprehensive, best-researched guide to Irish golfs, from... more...

  • Connemara & Mayo ? A Walking Guideby Paul Phelan

    The Collins Press 2011; US$ 11.99

    Connemara and Mayo form an area known for stunning scenery and this guidebook describes some of the region's best and most spectacular walks. A wide variety of walks and terrains are covered: easy two-hour walks on surfaced paths; two- to three-hour ?at island and coastal walks; two- to four-hour gentle hill and mountain hikes; and four- to seven-hour... more...

  • Ireland's County High Points ? A Walking Guideby Kieron Gribbon

    The Collins Press 2012; US$ 11.99

    Whether a leisurely rambler or a serious hill walker, there?s a good chance you?ve visited or plan to visit at least one of Ireland?s County High Points. While this special set of Irish hills and mountains continues to attract more visitors each year, they?ve never had a walking guidebook exclusively devoted to them. Ireland?s County High Points ?... more...