Wild Swimming in Ireland
Get away from the hoards on supervised beaches and in crowded pools to discover a paradise of secret lakes, meandering rivers, deserted coves and forgotten waterfalls. Some of the most awe-inspiring corners of Ireland’s landscape make for the perfect spots to take the plunge. Take a dip under the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge in the refreshing North Sea off the rugged coast of Ulster; circumnavigate Devenish Island in the fresh waters of Lough Erne; drop from high diving boards into beautiful Galway Bay; or slip along the Wild Atlantic Way’s hidden beaches and isolated coves. This little country of ours has so much varied swimming to offer. This introductory guide to Ireland’s wild swims will inspire readers to get off the beaten track to the most amazing locations for skinny-dipping, diving, surfing and snorkelling. From training sites for triathlons to serene spots where you can let your cares drift away, there is something to suit every ability. Expert tips, alongside spectacular photos and comprehensive practical information, make wild swimming a safe and invigorating experience for everyone. The detailed map, grid references and clear directions make it easy to find these secluded spots, while recommendations for campsites and places to eat allow wild swimmers to make holidays out of their explorations.
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