Imagine a cycling route on the wild Atlantic coast. Imagine a peninsula ringed with plunging cliffs, scattered with holy wells, castles and caves, and a landscape so unspoiled it’s often inaccessible by main road. Welcome to the Sheep's Head Cycle Way.
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Killarney National Park is the oldest in Ireland’s. It has cycling options for all ages and abilities. Bring your own bike or rent one in one of the many locations in Killarney and take a spin through ancient oak forests and past sparkling lakes.
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Biking the Loop Head Cycleway in Co Clare is all about escapism! This 65km route on a stunning peninsula meanders through Special Areas of Conservation and Natural Habitat Areas.
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With its quiet winding rural roads and grand elemental scenery, Connemara makes for unforgettable cycling trips. One great choice is the 40km Ballyconneely and Roundstone Loop. This route can be done in less than three hours but we recommend taking your time so you can wallow in Connemara’s spectacular natural arena.
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