The Burren (Video)
The Burren is one of the world's most unique, intriguing and rich cultural landscapes. Located in Clare and Galway counties on the west coast of Ireland, the Burren embodies "the power of place" as defined by BCD, possessing substance and spirit, and manifesting expression and connection. Take a meander through the Burren with this 7-minute video, and feel its mysteries and charms!
Ireland's 'Fertile Rock', the Burren: Q & A with Burrenbeo Trust Co-Founder Brendan Dunford
Travel to the Burren, Ireland. The Burren is a national park of outstanding natural beauty and landscapes: in this interview we talk to Brendan Dunford, founder of the the Burrenbeo Trust, a landscape charity dedicated to connecting all of us to our places and our role in caring for them.
Isabel Bennett on Ogham Stones, Beehive Huts & the 'Way of Beauty' on Ireland's Dingle Peninsula
Meet Irish archaeologist Isabel Bennett to find out about the Irish Ogham Stones and the rich culture and heritage of Dingle Peninsula. She is the museum curator of the West Kerry Museum, housed in an old schoolhouse in the village Baile an Fheirtéaraigh, built in 1875.
Irish Ethnographer Dáithí de Mórdha on the Great Blasket Islands
Discover the Great Blasket Islands and their history. Learn about the folk wisdom, religious fusions, literature and ‘the king’. Let BCD's access to and relationships with local people inform your travels & ensure authentic encounters!
Aran Islands' Inis Mor
Inis Mor, Aran Islands is one of three Aran Islands known for its strong winds and mysterious limestone landscape. Meet Celtic priest Dara Molloy who offers an illuminating look at Inis Mor’s rich spiritual history & folklore, and learn how the landscape has shaped the lives and beliefs of locals here.
Celtic Rituals & Celtic Spiritual Tradition Through the Irish Landscape with Dara Malloy
Fascinated by Celtic spirituality? Want to know more about Celtic Rituals? Meet Dara Molloy, a Celtic priest and author who gives you the lay of the land of his adopted home of Inis Mor, one of Ireland’s three Aran Islands. Discover the legends behind
Discovering Celtic Rituals & Mythology in Aran, Ireland with Dara Malloy
On the Island of Aran, Ireland, I met Dara Malloy - a Celtic Priest who helped me discover the world of Celtic Rituals, Traditions, Mythology and even Celtic ceremonies that take place today. This beautiful and wild part of Ireland is home to a rich history, and plenty of examples of forging stronger connections through a tangible sense of connection.
Inish Maan - The Aran Island of Strong Walls & Good Neighbors
Step onto Inishmaan Island, the least populated of the Aran Islands, Ireland to discover the ruins of Dún Chonchúir, a fort built on island of Inis Meáin over 2,000 years ago for the mythical king Aonghus mac Úmhór, stone walls a plenty and a glimpse into Irish traditional culture.