Overland Ireland Adventure tours gives our customers the opportunity to explore some of Ireland’s hidden gems by bike, getting fresh air while exploring our beautiful country side. Our cycle routes are for everyone. We like to take the time to stop and absorb our surroundings along the Wild Atlantic Way during our small group tours of Ireland.
Galway City Cycle Tour
The first opportunity you get to cycle is to discover the bohemian city and surroundings of Galway by bike. This leisurely 4-hour cycle tour provides you with a wonderful insight into Galway which was recently awarded the prestigious title of European Capital of Culture 2020. By bike we can cover more ground, get off the beaten track and soak up Galway’s rich history. This cycle route is easy to moderate and accessible for everyone who cycled before.
Aran Island Cycle Tour
The only way to discover the largest of the Aran Islands, Inishmore is by bike. Let Overland Ireland Adventure tours take you to the beautiful stone fort of Dún Aengus raised 87 meters above sea level with unparalleled views of Galway Bay. On your cycle to Dún Aengus enjoy the very Irish stone walls, windy roads, friendly locals and seascapes. There will be many photo opportunities on route. Virtually traffic free this cycle is a little more challenging but accessible to everyone.
The Greenway Cycle – Mayo
If a hike up Ireland’s holiest mountain isn’t for you perhaps you would like a cycle along Ireland’s longest off road experience, The Great Western Greenway.
The trail runs over the old railway line that went from Westport all the way to Achill and provides you with amazing scenery along the way. This cycle route is easy to moderate, virtually free of traffic and accessible for everyone who cycled before. You can do a small section for a couple of hours or take the challenge of the entire journey! The choice is yours. There are many iconic visitor attractions within easy range of the Greenway cycle trail. Overland Ireland adventure tours has other options as well for our custom tours of Ireland.