Multi-Day Cycle Tours
All of the multi-day cycle tours below are made from our individual rides – some are perfect for a weekend while others will take a little longer. We hope that you enjoy them!
This classic ride goes for a short route through the midlands using as many backroads as possible and regional roads.
It is estimated at 5 days, but you can take longer if you need to.
The Dingle Peninsula offers some remarkably scenic cycling terrain and a host of historical attractions.
This route minimises the time you spend on main roads and takes you through all of the highlights of the peninsula.
The quiet Beara Peninsula is a superb destination for cyclists, with beautiful scenery and spectacular roads.
This route takes in all of the highlights of the area, with a few optional sidetrps that you can add in.
This route follows the extraordinary coastal road in Antrim past some of Ireland’s most popular attractions.
You can also climb into the famous Glens of Antrim, or shorten the route with the train from Larne.
This two-day trip takes you past Glenveagh National Park and to the Fanad Peninsula. Then you pass through the famous townland of Gweedore to reach mighty Mount Errigal.
Continue south to Burtonport where you can get a ferry to beautiful Arranmore Island before you cross the hills and return to Letterkenny.
On this two-day trip you ride west from Donegal through the fishing port of Killybegs and on to the magnificent Slieve League Cliffs. You then pass through some of the remotest countryside in Donegal before climbing and descending the Glengesh pass to Ardara.
Then you ride the Santa Ana Drive through an area steeped in the history of the Spanish Armada before returning to Donegal.
This two-day ride offers great views of Benbulben before you reach the beautiful Gleniff horseshoe and then Lough Navar Forest Park.
You pass through Gortin Glen before riding along the Foyle Valley Cycle Route into Derry City.
Achill Island is one of the most scenic areas of island and it lies close to the cycling magnet of Westport. It’s roads wind up and down along the coast with fabulous views in every direction.
You can visit Keem Beach and the deserted village. Ride up Menaun Mountain if you have the legs for incredible views over the whole island.
This two-day trip takes you past most of Clare’s top atrractions, including the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. From Doolin you can catch a ferry to the Aran Islands in summer.
You finish in Galway City, with excellent nightlife and a laid-back atmosphere.