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The world’s longest defined coastal touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way’s 2,500km are just as navigable by bicycle as by car. Spanning seven counties and covering the route’s six regions, cyclists encounter changing landscapes on winding coastal and inland trails, getting a sense of each area’s character via the villages, towns and locals met en route. Whether you seek challenging cycling holidays or a more leisurely pace, you’ll find the route, loop and terrain that suits your level of fitness.
This 65km cycling itinerary across County Clare includes the Burren, Kilkee, Loop Head and the Bridges of Ross.
Cycle this 71km route around ‘Yeats Country’, Irish poet WB Yeats’ favourite County Sligo spots. Suitable for cyclists taking a leisurely pace.
Cycle off the beaten track from Kenmare in Kerry down to Castletownbere in Cork, one of the most southerly tips of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Finnish travel blogger Satu Vänskä-Westgarth spent two months cycling the Wild Atlantic Way. Follow her itinerary here.
Ireland’s longest off-road walking and cycling trail, the Great Western Greenway.
Traverse this sensational coast astride the top of two fat wheels.