Tours for Avid riders are generally 130+ km (80 miles) per day and tours for Active riders are generally 70 to 90 km (45 to 55) miles per day. Find out more about rider types
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Ireland End to End 880 km - Tour
Ireland End to End 880 km
£ 1,180
7 Nights 8 Days
24 Aug, 05 Jun, 31 Jul, and more
Cork International Hotel, Cork Airport
Ireland End to End 880 km
£ 1,180
Cycle Mizen Head to Malin Head in 7 Days Approximately 140 km and 1,200 meters per day Suitable for the 'Avid' Rider. The west coast of Ireland is rich in awe-inspiring landscapes, fascinating characters and foot-tapping music. Cycling from the most southerly point to the most northerly will leave you with rich memories, new friends and a thirst for more! There is no better way to explore the wild beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way than from the saddle. The grandeur of the Cork and Kerry mountains. The warmth and joy of a night in a Galway pub. The lunar like landscape of the Burren. The packed mountain ranges dominating the horizon of the Connemara National Park. The giant Sea Loughs of the Inishowen Peninsula. Your end-to-end journey of seven days has a breath-taking finish on the rocky promontory of Malin Head. If you prefer something with shorter daily distance, then we'd love to see you on the 12-day version. read more read less
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Spain Coast to Coast 815 km - Tour
Spain Coast to Coast 815 km
£ 1,495
8 Nights 9 Days
15 May, 20 Sep, and 02 Oct
Hotel Hesperia Donosti, San Sebastian
Spain Coast to Coast 815 km
£ 1,495
Cycle from San Sebastian to Cap de Creus in 7 days Approximately 115 km and 1,600 meters per day Suitable for the 'Avid' Rider. Experience “Wild Espana”. A journey through the Pyrenees Mountains in northern Spain. From the wildness of  the Atlantic to the blue warm waters of the Mediterranean. A journey with new colours at every turn. Cycle high mountain passes one day, lush green valleys the next. Quintessential mountain-top villages rising out of nowhere on the road ahead. Lose yourself as you pedal mile upon mile of quiet, smooth roads meandering alongside steep river gorges, decked with colourful flora. Enjoy warm people, wholesome food and cold beer. Each stopover different from the last. Glittering San Sebastián with its world-renowned Michelin-starred restaurants and tapas bars. Buzzing Pamplona - a meeting point for walkers enjoying the Camino de Santiago. The cosmopolitan city of Jaca. The ancient medieval city of Girona. A mecca for discerning cyclists. The unforgettable landscape of the finish - the spectacular Cap de Creus. Here you can celebrate your achievement with an authentic Spanish meal and a cold beer. read more read less
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