Ireland’s beautiful countryside is best appreciated from the back of a bicycle or on foot. Experience the quiet green lanes and winding country roads, passing gently flowing rivers, fields of sheep and take in views of the beautiful Irish coastline.
The Wild Atlantic Way runs along the west coast of Ireland from Malin Head in Co Donegal to the Old Head of Kinsale in Co Cork. You can bike or hike this amazing route taking in the impressive scenery along the way.
Cyclists can follow the Great Western Greenway, one of the world’s most scenic cycle ways while walkers can think about climbing the pilgrim mountain Croagh Patrick in Co Mayo or ‘The Reek’, as it’s known.
Stop off at to admire the Cliffs of Moher, to take a cruise around Clew Bay (said to have 365 islets and islands) or check out the five great peninsulas that stretch out into the Atlantic where the Kingdom of Kerry meets wild West Cork.
The aim of this tour is to give you the freedom to fully enjoy Ireland’s captivating landscape at your own pace, knowing that there is a support van there if you need it.
During the day you can be an independent traveller, experiencing all the sights and sounds of Ireland on a bike or on foot, while in the evening, over a delicious meal, you can share your day’s experience with a group of like-minded people from all over the world.