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Walking and Cycling the Wild Atlantic Way
Discover the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way of the rugged west coast of Ireland on an 8-day self-guided cycle tour from Killarney to Annascaul. Some highlights of the tour include cycling through the stunning Gap of Dunloe, a boat trip from Ross Castle through the three lakes of Killarney to Lord Brandon's cottage and an optional 2nd boat trip into Dingle harbour in search of Dingle's most famous resident, 'Fungi' the Bottlenose Dolphin. This tour is a combination of cycling and walking the incredible west coast and is suitable for all including families and children aged 12+.
- Duration8 days
- Culture LevelFamiliar
- Skill Level1 - Beginner
- Activity Level2 - Moderate
- Elevation1 - Easy
- Distance69 miles
- Avg. Daily Distance13.7 miles
Kerry is the proud owner of Ireland's 10 highest peaks and a vast national park containing the country's oldest oak forests. A haven for hikers and cyclists, with magnificent views of land and sea at every turn.
The Wild Atlantic Way spans the full Western coast of Ireland and on this holiday you explore its wonderful Southern peninsula. With one of the country's finest national parks as its backyard, the lively tourist hub of Killarney is often the starting point for Kerry's two famed loop drives: the larger Ring of Kerry skirts the mountainous, island-fringed Iveragh Peninsula. The more compact Dingle Peninsula is like a condensed version of its southern neighbour, with ancient Christian sites, sandy beaches and glimpses of a hard, unforgiving land. Killarney's exquisite beauty makes it one of Kerry's most popular tourist destinations. This tour ensures you will escape from the crowds, along a mountain pass, an isolated cove or an untrodden trail.