ROUTE & ITINERARY

'MizMal' with Wild Atlantic Cycling is completed over seven or 12 cycling days. It is fully supported, so you get all the joy of independence on the road without the hassle. The seven day tour is approximately 575 miles / 920 km, the 12 day tour is approximately 600 miles / 960 km. The 12 day tour is new for 2017 - find out more about MizMal Relaxed.

'Miz Mal' Wild Atlantic Route

'Miz Mal' Wild Atlantic Route

We will collect you, your bike and your baggage from Belfast, Dublin or Cork. We have a brief booklet with further information on how to plan your arrival and departure. Just ask for one using the contact form. The first night is spent in Schull - 15 miles east of Mizen Head. The next morning we cycle to the Mizen Head Lighthouse Station where we officially begin our MizMal adventure. We provide brew stops and lunch on the route. Your guide will be contactable throughout, and will never be far away.

Saturday - Journey to Start

Our standard pickup times are shown below:

9:30 am depart from central Belfast (Premier Inn, Titanic Quarter)
12:30 pm at Dublin Ferry Port
3:30 pm at Cork airport
6:00 pm Arrive in Shcull, West Cork for first night

SEVEN DAY CYCLING ITINERARY - average 82 miles / 131 km each day

Sunday: Schull (Mizen Head) to Killarney
Monday: Killarney to Spanish Point
Tuesday: Spanish Point to Galway
Wednesday: Galway to Westport
Thursday: Westport to Donegal
Friday: Donegal to Buncrana
Saturday: Buncrana to Malin Head then transport back to Belfast as soon as we are packed and ready

twelve DAY CYCLING ITINERARY - average 50 miles / 80 km each day

12 day format - NEW FOR 2017 - find out more about the 12 day tour

Sunday: Schull (Mizen Head) to Glengarriff
Monday: Glengariff to Killarney
Tuesday: Kilarney to Ballybunion
Wednesday: Ballybunion to Spanish Point
Thursday: Spanish Point to Ballyvaughan
Friday: Ballyvaughan to Galway
Saturday: Galway to Clifden
Sunday: Cliffden to Westport
Monday: Westport to Sligo
Tuesday: Sligo to Donegal
Wednesday: Donegal to Letterkenny
Thursday: Letterkenny to Malin Head