Games - 500 piece Puzzles - Variety of choices √ Made in Ireland
Gosling Games - Puzzles √ Made in Ireland
Suitable for all ages and fun for all the family
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park - Illustrated by Courtney Davis
Bunratty Castle is a large 15th-century tower house in Country Clare, Ireland.
Today, the castle is a moor tourist attraction, and famous for its medieval banquets.
In the grounds of the castle in Bunratty Folk Park, set in 26 acres. the impressive park vividly recreates 19th-century Irish life and features over 30 buildings in a ‘living village and rural setting.
Killarney National Park - 50 x 34cm - Illustrated by William Helps
Killarney National Park, Country Kerry, was the first national park in Ireland, created when the Muckross Estate was donated to the Irish State in 1932.
The park is famous for its beautiful mountains, lakes, and wildlife.
Mizen Head - 50 x 34 cm - Illustrated by William Helps
The Mizen Head (Irish: Carn Uí Néid), the most southerly point of the irish mainland, has been the location for countless dramatic episodes in Irish maritime history. Numerous shipwrecks in the area led to the construction of the magnificent Fastnet Rock Lighthouse (replacing a lighthouse built in 1854 that could not withstand the power of the ocean)
Skellig Michael - 50 x 34cm - Illustrated by Courtney Davis
See the many sights that are to be found on Skellig Michael, from the puffins that call it home to the ancient monastic settlement and beehive huts that have recently risen to fame worldwide. This jigsaw captures the wild nature and rich history of Skellig Michael in a charming and colourful design.·
Giant's Causeway - 50 x 34 cm - Illustrated by Courtney Davis
The world-famous Giant´s Causeway (irish: Chlochán an Aifir) on the County Antrim coast is an amazing formation of around 40.000 interlocking basalt columns arising from the sea.
Hexagonal in shape and some rising to 12 metres in height, they were created by rapidly cooling lava from a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago.
The Giant´s Causeway is said to have been built by Fionn Mac Cumhaill (or ‘Finn Mac Cool’) when a Scottish giant, Benandonner was threatening to invade Ireland. In a fit of rage, Fionn threw the columns into the sea to create a path to Scotland, where he defeated Benandonner in combat. The Giant´s Causeway is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Nearby is the breathtaking Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, wich was built by salmon fishermen in 1755 to connect Carrick Island with the mainland. The bridge is 20 metres long and sways 30 metres above the ocean. Crossing it is both thrilling and nervewracking.
Also close to the Giant´s Causeway, on the sheer cliffs east of Portrush, is the spectacular Dunluce Castle. Built around 1500 and the site of incredible battles, it is location for Castle Greyjoy in Game of Thrones.