MUSEO - Wild Atlantic Way

CONTENT Photography and texts
DATE 2015
ISBN 9782373750058
FORMAT 25,5 x 34,5 cm
LANGUAGE French, English
PRICE $64.95
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Wild Atlantic Way invites the reader to travel along the South and West coasts of Ireland, from Kinase to Derry, and to discover the wild and magnificent landscapes as well as the inhabitants of this country also known as Emerald Isle.

Divided in 5 sections, the book follows the 2.500 km of this “Wild Atlantic Way” and gives some ideas about places to visit as well as the GPS coordinates from where the landscape photographs were taken.


Jean-Pierre Duval is a French photographer and publisher heading the French publishing house MUSEO that he founded in 2005 after being manager of the two publishing houses Romain Pages and Biotope. He is also heading the Agence pour la promotion de la biodiversité et des expressions culturelles and a member of the governing board of the Société des Explorateurs Français. He wrote about a hundred illustrated books about cooking, travelling and sea, published in different languages, including La République Démocratique du Yémen du Sud (Delroisse, 1983), his first book, which is about one of the most closed countries in the world. More recently, he published Les hommes de mer (MUSEO, 2015), Wild Atlantic Way (MUSEO, 2015) and L’Irlande des poètes (MUSEO, 2017). His books and news pictures about the sea world received more than thirty awards in France and abroad.


Kinsale, Co. Cork. The Wild Atlantic Way begins here. This delightful fishing harbor and marina is renowned for its excellent restaurants and lively pubs.