A fully supported cycling holiday along the enchanting Irish Atlantic coastline
The West of Ireland, Connemara, the Hills of Donegal, An Gaeltacht, the Burren, The Beara Peninsula, the Ring of Kerry, Galway Bay; places and names to stir the imagination. The route of the Wild Atlantic Way begins in Cork and runs up the entire western seaboard of the Island of Ireland. Travelling through landscape and culture shaped by the incessant advance of the Atlantic Ocean, it's wild and wonderful, untamed and homely, and you are greeted by the warm welcome that only the west knows how to offer.We offer supported group tours along the entire length of the Wild Atlantic Way, you can choose which part of the Wild Atlantic Way you would like to vist. Below you will find a number of tours you can book, you can also mix and match the sections or you can choose where you start and finish. If you are unsure of where you want to visit or would like help planning your trip, please email or call as we are here to help you organise your holiday.
Each tour includes your accommodation on the night before the tour starts and transfer back to the start of the tour if needed. We can also help with your transfer to your next port of call after your tour finishes, please enquire.
The table below shows costs for groups of eight cyclists on all of our WAW tours, for larger or smaller groups please contact us for prices.
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Lands End - Cork: Kinsale to Castletownbere
171 miles - 276 km along with 3110 metres of ascent.
The enchanting and laid-back coast of West Cork is a beautiful part of the world to disover by bike. With the bustling towns of Kinsale, Clonakilty and Skibbereen, pristine beaches, stunning bays and coves, music, art, history and culture. You can also visit Mizen Head and the Fastnet Lighthouse, Irelands most southwesterly point and the last piece of Ireland seen by emigrants on their way to the 'new world' in a time long gone. makes this a fantastic bike tour on the vibrant Haven Coast.
Kinsale Clonakilty Roscarberry Skibbereen Schull Bantry Glengarriff Castletownbere
Westbound Way - Kerry: Tralee to Kenmare
154 miles - 248 along with 2580 metres of ascent.
Kerry has for an age been drawing visitors from around the world to its famous towns, jumping festivals, stunning coast and mountain scenery, and it's magical islands. It's a place to inspire stories and storytellers from John B Keane and Bryan Macmahon to George Lucas and Star Wars! It's also a place for inspiring cycle routes including the Ring of Kerry, Conor Pass and Molls Gap. This along with the charming locals makes Kerry a wonderful place to visit and cycle. A popular add on to the end of this tour would be to continue your ride from Kenmare, over Molls Gap and Killarney National Park, and into Killarney.
Tralee Dingle Castlemaine Killorglin Cahersiveen Portmagee Ballinskelligs Waterville Sneem Kenmare
Connemara Bay Coast- Galway and Mayo: Galway to Westport
138 miles - 222km along with 1250 metres of ascent.
This enigmatic area of Ireland is a must for the intrepid explorer. Branded a 'Savage Beauty' by Oscar Wilde, Connemara is an area of jagged coastline, anciient mountain and bogs, lakes, sea loughs and glacial fjords as well as their own Connemara Pony. It also has some of the most welcoming with great seafood restaurants and live music. Ouside of Connemara, this route starts in Galway City, a city full of life and culture. It also explores the amazing Mayo Coast from Delphi around to the fabulous town of Westport.
Galway City Spiddal Roundstone Clifden Letterfrack Leenaun Delphi Louisburgh Westport
Northwest Wanderings - Donegal: Letterkenny to Bundoran
171 miles - 276 km along with 2880 metres in ascent.
Explore the secluded places and cycle the road less travelled among the Hills of Donegal around the Northwest corner of Ireland.This spectacular coastline offers golden beaches popular among water sports enthusiasts and dramatic headlands with some of the tallest cliffs in Europe. Cycle Donegal for it sleepy towns, glaciated valleys, high coastal peaks, wooded wilderness and fabulous seafood.
Letterkenny Ramelton Portsalon Creeslough Gortahork Gweedore Doochary Frosses Donegal Town
Supported Tours:Included in cost:
- Bed & Breakfast accommodation in quality guest houses/hotels/B&B
- Daily luggage transfers
- Maps (paper and digital)
- Transfer back to the start
- Support vehicle always a phone call away
- Teas, coffees, water, snacks for brew stops and on request
- Support vehicle will have spare parts and on hand to help in a bike emergency
- Support vehicle is always available to pick up a tired cyclist along the way
- Bike hire with a choice of road, e-bike and hybrid bikes
- Transfers to start point before the tour begins
- Single room supplement
These supported group tours can be booked between three days cycling and however many days you wish. The set tours above can be booked as is or we can alter the route to suit your needs. Supported tour includes bed and breakfast, a support vehicle which leap frogs you throughout the day, the support vechile - which is always a phone call away - will also carry some spare parts, snacks, fruit, tea, coffee and water for you to have at your convenience, daily luggage transfers, daily briefing on route and what to expect, maps, and transportation back to the start of the tour if required. The tour is flexible and can be amended to fit a group's wishes and requirements.