The Wild Atlantic Way stretches downs the western coast of Ireland. These illustration were drawn for information boards, placed at locations along the route with stories or events connected to the location, whether factual, fictional or mythical.
Opposite are two contrasting Irish women, Saint Dymphna and pirate queen Grace O'Malley
Legend has it that Diarmuid and Gráinne eloped to Loop Head and leaped onto a sea stack. Below is Grace O'Malley at her pad on Clare Island waiting to enforce taxation on passing ships. And, the Dobhar-chú is a sea beastie that sucks your brain out then chews you up... beware!