Giants Causeway Cycling Holiday

The Causeway Coast Bike Tour

A cycling holiday featuring Northern Ireland at its very best

Live your legend as you cycle along Northern Ireland’s magnificent coast.On this bike tour you will see many of the best known landmarks on the island of Ireland.  This tour follows the North Coast with ever changing and dramatic coastal views.  Start your journey in historic Derry City.  Along the way you stay in pretty towns and villages.  You’ll have plenty of opportunities to stroll or swim at one of the many sandy beaches.  Visit Bushmills and sample the whiskey from the world’s oldest distillery.  If you are a Game of Thrones fan, this cycling holiday will take you to many of its iconic filming locations.
Tour Type:
Self-Guided Cycling Holiday
Duration:
8 day/7 night
Difficulty:
bike tour difficulty rating 3 bikes
With E-bike:
Tour Difficulty rating 2 bikes
Dates:
Mondays — May to September
Options:
Causeway Coast Bike Tour Highlights
  • Derry – Ireland’s only intact walled city
  • Downhill Demense
  • Bushmills Village and Distillery
  • Dunluce Castle
  • The Legendary Giants Causeway
  • Carrick-a-Reed rope bridge
  • Cycling along the stunning Causeway Coast
  • Rathlin Island’s “upside down” lighthouse
  • Torr Head
  • The Beautiful Glens of Antrim


“We were pleased beyond words with the two tours (Yeats Country & Lakelands and The Causeway Coast) we took in August, 2019 with Ireland by Bike. The owners have planned extraordinarily beautiful routes through Northwest and Northern Ireland, chosen charming B&B’s, supplied near flawless cue sheets/maps paired with a GPS unit, and provided exceptional in-person and phone-call service. The scenery on The Causeway Coast tour was absolutely stunning with dramatic cliffs meeting the sea, lush farmland with roller coaster hills, and deep green glens. Seamus and Nora, your cycling tours top our list of favorites!”

Julane and Art Anderson, Maryland, U.S.A.  Yeats Country and Lakelands + Causeway Coast August 2019. 

See Julane and Art’s wonderful photo album and commentry here: (External Link)