Great Irish Non-Fiction


Number 8: ‘Exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way’ by David Flanagan & Richard Creagh and ‘Cycling in Ireland’ by David Flanagan.

Selected by: Brian

First Published: Wild Atlantic Way (2016), Cycling (2018) by Three Rock Books.

Available: From public libraries, bookshops and the publisher: Exploring Ireland’s Wild Athantic Way and Cycling in Ireland.

Why? “Both books are beautifully illustrated and contain comprehensive maps, diagrams, descriptions and tips to help readers get the most from touring along the Wild Atlantic Way or exploring Ireland from a bike saddle.”

Who would like this? “Anyone seeking to explore the West of Ireland by car, bike or foot or planning cycling trips around Ireland.”

Anything else? “For those with a ‘head for heights’, there are also Rock Climbing in Ireland   and Bouldering in Ireland from the same publisher.”

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One thought on “Great Irish Non-Fiction

  1. dan

    The non-fiction scene must indeed be grim if you are including Lonely Planet-style guidebooks!

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