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The Power Behind Go Wild Magazine

The Power Behind Go Wild Magazine The Go Wild Food Experience team is excited to be travelling to China this month after working hard to...

Gourmand World Award For Go Wild Magazine

PRESS RELEASE   Go Wild magazine fly the Irish flag with a “Best in Print Publishing” award at the  Gourmand World food finals in China   Ireland’s Go...

The Award Winning Go Wild Magazine

Go Wild magazine fly the Irish flag with a “Best in Print Publishing” award at the  Gourmand World food finals in China   Ireland’s Go Wild...

Seven Reasons To See Ireland At Least Once In Your Lifetime

SEVEN REASONS TO SEE IRELAND AT LEAST ONCE IN YOUR LIFETIME With its scene-stealing natural beauty and multitude of things to see and do, Ireland is...

Ogham, Ireland’s Ancient Alphabet

Ogham: Ireland’s Ancient Alphabet Dotted around Ireland’s Ancient East, and in some rare cases, in the westernmost parts of Britain where ancient Irish raiders had...

Ireland’s Viking Heritage- Ireland’s Ancient East Magazine

Is acher ingáith innocht Fufuasna fariccge findfolt Ni ágor réimm mora minn Dondláechraid lainn oua lothlind Tonight the wind is sharp, Tousling the sea’s white hair I fear not the...

The A To Z Of Ireland’s Ancient East

A is for Ardmore. The Round Tower in this Co. Waterford village, where St. Declan established his monastery, is the only monastery on Ireland’s...

48 Hours In Waterford- Ireland’s Ancient East

48 Hours In Waterford   An enchanting combination of history, a thriving foodie scene and a buzzing festival line-up – Waterford is not to be missed   It’s...

48 Hours in Kilkenny- Ireland’s Ancient East

48 Hours In Kilkenny   If you find yourself in Kilkenny for a weekend, why not delve into a world of intrigue, magic and mystery. Here...

The Wild Atlantic Waves

This piece is from issue one of Go Wild Magazine. You can buy the issue here. When you think of the World’s top surfing destinations, you...

The Skelligs Force Awakens

Star Wars is set to tread where no monks have tread since the thirteenth century The Skellig Islands, two of Ireland’s most distinctive landmarks will...

Mayo – One of the Wild Atlantic Way’s most scenic counties…

This piece is from issue two of Go Wild Magazine.  Journey to the West coast of Ireland and once you meet the ‘Welcome to Mayo’...

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New Tourism Ireland campaign harnesses the creativity of Ireland’s people to inspire the world to ‘fill their hearts’ with Ireland

Tourism Ireland encourages the tourism industry to share inspirational content with prospective visitors Tourism Ireland has unveiled a new campaign to inspire people around the...

Discover the West of Ireland Like Never Before at Hotel Westport

by Biddy Hughes on 26th May 2020 in General Restrictions lifted – ready, set, West! Discover the West of Ireland Like Never Before at Hotel Westport! Cian’s of Bridge St. Pop-Up...

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Chatting with Sculptor Orla de Brí

As you travel around Ireland, you’re bound to come across examples of sculptor Orla de Brí’s work, as she has completed 26 public artworks...


Go Wild Staycation drives deserve Great Food- The top 50 Food stops on the Wild Atlantic Way

1826 Adare Restaurant  https://1826adare.ie/ 56 central Galway http://www.56central.com/ Alex Findlaters Limerick https://www.alexfindlaterandco.ie/ An Port Mor Westport Ashford Castle https://www.ashfordcastle.com/ Ballynahinch Castle https://www.ballynahinch-castle.com/ Bar one Castlebar https://barone.ie/ Bastion Restaurant Kinsale http://www.bastionkinsale.com/ The Beara...

Go Wild The Food Experience Magazine Summer 2017