Welcome to “Tootlafrance.ie” – Ireland’s eyes on France and the only magazine to specialise in all things French.

Conor Power receiving the award for best article in the Gastronomy & Wine category from French Ambassador Jean-Pierre Thébault at the inaugural French Travel Media Awards, 4 March 2016.

Conor Power receiving the award for best article in the Gastronomy & Wine category from French Ambassador Jean-Pierre Thébault at the inaugural French Travel Media Awards, 4 March 2016.

In this magazine, we give advice and information on a country that’s dear to a growing number of people in Ireland.

We also bring plenty of news about what’s going on of interest in our next-nearest neighbour in a manner that no other Irish publication has ever done up to now.

Tootlafrance has regular exclusive celebrity interviews, regular competitions, property news, political analysis, cultural events and, of course, travel features.

Tootlafrance.ie features the best of travel written and edited by people with years of experience of working in the national press in Ireland and elsewhere.

Tootlafrance.ie is Total France for the Irish reader and is a great new event in online publishing. Stay in touch and feel free to sign up for our weekly online newsletter to be amongst the first to get all the news.

Tootlafrance.ie is published from a West Cork base by Three Good Boys Publishing©

Conor Power pictured at the Travel Extra Travel Writer of the Year Awards, January 2015 (l-r Pól O Conghaile, Independent.ie, Deirdre Conroy and Madeleine Keane, Sunday Independent) Pic: Arthur Carron

Conor Power pictured at the Travel Extra Travel Writer of the Year Awards, January 2015 (l-r Pól O Conghaile, Independent.ie, Deirdre Conroy and Madeleine Keane, Sunday Independent)
Pic: Arthur Carron

The owner and Chief Editor is Conor Power.

An award-winning travel writer (winner of a Travel Writer of the Year award 2015 in the Short Break category), Conor has been working in the national press as a freelance journalist since 2005 and is a regular contributor to titles that include The Irish Examiner, The Irish Independent, The Irish Times and The Sunday Business Post, as well as various magazines in Ireland and abroad. He is also the author of a biography of his late father Ned Power, which was published in 2009 and is entitled “My Father, a Hurling Revolutionary” and ghost writer.

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