Celtic heritage is an essential cornerstone of the national identity of Ireland, Scotland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and Galicia.
The Celtic Revival of the late 20th century brought a new interest in Celtic identity to neighbouring regions such as Cumbria, Devon or Asturias, as well as to the communities of Celtic ancestry living in the Americas and Down Under.
For further information about visiting or living in the Celtic nations we recommend the following websites:
|+ Tourism and Travel |
Tourist information, National Tourist Boards. Transportation: airports, rail, ferries and bus.
|+ National Government |
National governments and parliaments, political parties.
|+ Celtic Festivals |
Popular folk music and pan-Celtic festivals.
|+ Economy |
Economy, trade, employment and statistics.
|+ Celtic Diaspora |
Emigrant communities and societies in Europe, America, and rest of the world.
|+ Media |
TV channels, radio broadcasting and daily newspapers.
|+ Genealogy and Ancestry |
Genealogical societies and websites to help you to trace your family roots.
|+ Higher Education |
Universities, colleges, business schools and higher education institutions.