234 pages, 16 plates with colour photos; b/w illustrations, b/w maps
A Handbook of Scotland's Coasts offers an inspirational resource for those who want to discover more about the thousands of miles of Scotland's spectacular coastline – from its stunning geology and diverse marine and bird life to its coastal culture, with its fishing ports, fresh cuisine, arts communities, ancient monuments and colourful local traditions. Featuring achingly beautiful pristine coves and beaches, quirky highlights of island life and sites for exploring our history or spotting wildlife, A Handbook of Scotland's Coasts is for beachcombers, rockpoolers, wild swimmers, birdwatchers, hikers, history buffs, sailors, walkers, dreamers...
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Fi Martynoga is an environmental activist, journalist, museum researcher, and a renowned figure in Scottish nature, history, sustainability and food circles. She has several widely praised books to her name, including A Handbook of Scotland's Wild Harvests and A Handbook of Scotland's Trees.