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7 nights | 18 miles/day
Self guided from EUR € 1230
Bike tour in Ireland
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5/5 (13)

Rider Level: Active Electric bike tours Client favorites

7 nights | 18 miles/day
Self guided from EUR € 1230
Bike tour in Ireland

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  • Treasures of the Donegal Coast

    This cycling tour takes you along one of the most stunning stretches of coastline in the world. Make your way along the coast, where every turn will leave you awe-struck with ever-changing panoramas.

    You'll visit unique ancient sites on this cycling holiday. Ireland has a history that stretches back more than 5,000 years. Here you can visit sites from virtually every era right up to the present. Marvel at stone age court tombs, bronze age dolmens, Celtic ring forts – impossibly situated in lakes and on mountains, and early-Christian standing stones and monasteries.

    Take a break to visit rural pubs, where the hospitality of the locals will soon have you feeling like you are in a second home. Hear vibrant traditional music, unique to this part of Ireland, handed down unchanged for generations.

    This tour is able to be extended by adding extra nights before the tour in Donegal Town or at the end of the tour in Glenties. See rates listed under Pricing Tab or inquire within.

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    • Irish Stout-Tasting in Ireland. Elevate@Unsplash
    • Cycling down Granny Valley - Treasures of the Donegal Coast Ireland Bike Tour
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    • Kilclooney Dolmen - Treasures of the Donegal Coast Ireland Bike Tour

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    Highlights

    • Donegal town and castle
    • Biking along stunning coastline and St. John's Point
    • Europe's highest sea cliffs at Slieve League- Sliabh Liag Cliffs
    • Cycling down Granny Valley
    • Heritage towns of Ardara and Donegal
    • 5,000 years of history in Glencolmcille and Kilclooney
    • Famous Irish hospitality
    • Friendly local pubs

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    Learn more about self-guided tours or see more cycling tours in Ireland.

  • Traveler photos

    •  (photo by Stu Davidson)
    • St. John's Point (photo by Anne Stanek)
    • Cill Charthaigh - Derrylahan (photo by Anne Stanek)
    • Silver Strand Beach (photo by Anne Stanek)
    • Sliabh Liag (photo by Anne Stanek)
    • Kilcar (enroute to Teelin Harbor) (photo by Anne Stanek)
    • Photo 1 (photo by Chrisdrew)
    • Donegal (photo by Chrisdrew)
    • Photo 3 (photo by Chrisdrew)
    • Photo 1 (photo by PennyDreadful)
    • Photo 2 (photo by PennyDreadful)
    • a beach literally all to ourselves (photo by PennyDreadful)
    • caves! (photo by PennyDreadful)
    • so many happy sheep (photo by PennyDreadful)
    • Photo 6 (photo by PennyDreadful)

    Treasures of the Donegal Coast

     Tour Description Daily Program 

  • Daily program

    Day 1: Arrival to Donegal
    If you arrive early you can explore the town - the ancient seat of the O'Donnell Clan. Alternatively we will suggest a short cycle route, where you can familiarise yourself with your new surroundings. Spend the evening relaxing in this historic town with its many pubs and restaurants.
    Overnight in Donegal.

    Day 2: Around Lough Eske (16 miles/26 km)
    Your first day of cycling takes you around tranquil Lough Eske, nestled at the foot of the
    Bluestack Mountains. Back in Donegal you can visit the 15th Century Donegal Castle, or you can
    take a trip on the Donegal Bay Waterbus. Alternatively, you can spend the evening relaxing (or
    shopping if you like!).
    Overnight in Donegal.

    Day 3: Donegal – Killybegs (24-33 miles/38-53 km)
    Today you cycle along the ever-changing coastline between Donegal and Killybegs. You’ll pass quiet bays, beaches and inlets. Cycle along narrow peninsulas and headlands. Bike along St. John’s Point, where the Atlantic Ocean will lie on both your left and right. The views in all directions here are magnificent. Continue west to your overnight destination in the bustling fishing village of Killybegs, where much of Ireland’s Atlantic catch is landed.
    Overnight in Killybegs.

    Day 4: Killybegs – Carrick (13-22 miles/21-35 km)
    West from Killybegs the landscape becomes ever more dramatic. Golden sandy beaches, towering cliffs and sheltered bays await round every turn. Through Kilcar Village, a centre of traditional tweed production, before reaching your overnight destination of Carrick. A short bike trip from Carrick brings you to the stunning Slieve League Cliffs – one of Ireland's greatest treasures. Here you also have the opportunity to view the cliffs from below, with a boat trip from nearby Teelin Pier.
    Overnight in Carrick.

    Day 5: Carrick – Glencolmcille – Carrick (16-21 miles/25-33 km)
    Take a bike tour through 5,000 years of Irish History. “5,000 Years In Stone”, the book title about the Glencolmcille Valley, says it all. Stone age court tombs, dolmens from the bronze age, and early Christian inscribed standing stones are all overlooked by a watchtower from the Napoleonic era. Today's cycle brings you to this mystical land. Spend the day immersed in history, before cycling back to Carrick for the night.
    Overnight in Carrick.

    Day 6: Carrick – Glenties (23 miles/38 km)
    From Carrick cycle north through wild boglands. You climb gradually before emerging at the head of the beautiful Granny Valley. The bike ride down the valley will be one to remember. Choose between stopping to admire the amazing views or enjoying the thrill of the descent. At the bottom of the valley you will find pristine Maghera beach with its caves that can be explored at low tide. Nearby is the dramatic Assarancagh waterfall. Before continuing to your overnight stay in the pleasant town of Glenties stop in the heritage town of Ardara. This lively town has a great selection of pubs, many of which feature regular traditional music sessions
    Overnight in Glenties.

    Day 7: Loop Tour around Glenties (12-25 miles/18-40 km)
    Leaving Glenties along a newly constructed cycle path, follow a beautiful loop around by Portnoo
    and Rossbeg. The possibilities today are endless. You can take the leisurely 8 km bike ride along stunningly beautiful Loughros Point. Alternatively, cycle to the golden sandy beach, caves and waterfall at Maghera. A third option is to head out around Dawros Head. Here you can view the Kilclooney Dolmen. Nearby is the mystical Doon Lough Crannog (fort built in a lake). The choice is up to you. Return to Glenties – for a traditional music session to celebrate the last night of your tour.
    Overnight in Glenties.

    Day 8: Departure
    After breakfast it is time to leave your cycling holiday behind. Bring with you your memories of a tour around one of the most beautiful and friendly regions in the world.

    Surface and terrain

    This tour goes through very hilly terrain. The gradient varies from gentle to very steep. The roads are paved small secondary roads with little traffic. The daily distances will be from 18 to 30 miles (30-50 km) per day.

    While it is relaxed cycling through beautiful terrain, we do recommend being comfortable with cycling hilly terrain for a few hours each day. In addition, there is a short section in this tour on gravel with some steep climbs and descents, however an alternative route on a paved road is available.


    Hotels

    These are sample hotels and may vary based on availability.

    The accommodation for this bike tour are carefully selected with the needs of the cyclist as a top priority. They are family-run bed and breakfasts and small hotels, all of which are of a very high standard, and approved by Fáilte Ireland (Irish Tourist Board). They are a real treat and a highlight of the tour.

    Brennans Bed and Breakfast
    https://www.brennansbnb.ie/

    The Tara Hotel, Killybegs
    https://www.tarahotel.ie/

    Teelin Bay House B&B, Carrick
    www.teelinbayhouse.com

    Bay View Country House B&B, Ardara
    www.bayviewcountryhouse.com

    Interested in visiting other areas before or after your tour? Visit our hotels page to learn more about lodging options.


    How to get there

    Tour start and end
    Nearest airport: Dublin, and Ireland West (knock) Airport

    Flying into Dublin- There are direct buses from Dublin airport and city center, which take about 3 hours and 30 minutes.

    Flying into Knock- It's easy to get a direct bus to Donegal from Knock. It takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes.

    Another option is to fly into Ireland West airport.

    Tips on getting to and from your tour


    Treasures of the Donegal Coast

     Tour Photos Dates & Prices 

  • Dates

    Mondays: May 1-Sep 25, 2023 (additional dates available for groups of 5 or more)

    Standard season: May 01, 2023 - Jun 4, 2023, Aug 28, 2023 - Sep 25, 2023

    Peak season: Jun 05, 2023 - Aug 27, 2023

    Prices

    Tour package

    Standard Season Peak Season
    Per person, double occupancy €1230 €1290
    Single use room (1 person/1 room) €1490 €1550

    Extra Nights, Donegal Town or Glenties*

    Per person, double occupancy €90
    Single use room (1 person/1 room) €120

    *Rooms are not reserved in advance for extra nights, subject to availability when booking.*

    Bike Rentals

    Hybrid touring bike, 27-speed €100
    Electrically assisted bike €230

    Included services

    • 7 nights accommodation in carefully selected Family run Bed and Breakfasts and small hotels
    • Breakfast each day
    • Daily luggage transfers
    • Detailed maps and guide notes (including recommendations on bars, restaurants and sights along the way)
    • Hotline and emergency support
    • Welcome meeting and bike setup on first morning
    • GPS unit with all routes pre-programmed (one per room)

    GPS tracks are available for downloading to your own device, if desired please request prior to departure.


    Bike rentals

    Bikes available to be rented on this tour (reserved in advance at time of booking):

    • Hybrid touring bike, 27-speed
    • Electrically assisted bikes*

    *More about electrically-assisted bikes >

    All the above bike rentals will be equipped with:

    • Helmet
    • Front carrier bag with map holder
    • Mudguards
    • Rear luggage carrier
    • Lock
    • Puncture repair kit
    • Pump
    • Spare inner tube
    • Rear Saddle bag

    One rear saddle bag provided, second saddle bag available free of charge upon request.  Please note this on your booking form.

    Additional specifications about the hybrid touring bikes:

    The hybrid touring bikes available are 27 speed with all Shimano components including Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes.  These hybrid models,  combine the best features of road and mountain bikes, making them the perfect choice for touring the type of terrain in North West Ireland.

    Additional specifications about the electrically assisted bikes:

    The e-bikes available are Thompson Enigma or equivalent.  This bike features the Bosch Active + motor with 500 wh battery.  Perfect for providing extra assistance on the hilly terrain of North West Ireland.

    Pedals and Saddles:
    If you would like to bring your own pedals (and shoes) and saddles, please feel free to do so. The tour company can assist you with fitting to the bikes.

    Helmets:
    Helmets are included in the tour package price. If you do plan to bring your own helmet, please let us know.

    Bike Protection:
    Bike protection can be purchased at the time of booking. You can read more about that HERE. 


    Tour Company


    Treasures of the Donegal Coast

     Daily program Route Map 

  • Route Map

    Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route.


    Treasures of the Donegal Coast

     Dates & Prices Tour Reviews 

    • Stu Davidson 2 months ago

      Time to enjoy Ireland!

      We opted for a customer 12 day option, with an extra day (well, a 13 day option?). The extra day was special for 2022 - with stories of airlines canceling flights. We wanted to be sure we arrived in time for our tour!
      Ireland by Bike (the tour operator) delivered our bikes a day earlier, effectively extending our tour, and provided an extra route! I thought that was a very thoughtful surprise. We found that Ireland has lots or wonderful, thoughtful, friendly people, which made our tour enjoyable and low stress.
      I rode a hybrid bike and certainly noticed the tour routes were not flat; my wife had an ebike and climbed hills faster than I did. We both loved the varied terrain. Doing the tour self-guided let us set our own pace with no pressure.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2022
      How many tours have you completed?
      10+
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      •  (photo by Stu Davidson)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Nancy Tiernan 3 months ago

      Beautiful, friendly country

      Ireland is a lush and gorgeous country, and Donegal especially so. This trip is well planned to maximize the scenic and minimize time on busy roads. Our local coordinator, Seamus, was responsive to our needs along the way, quickly showing up to make what would be a critical bike adjustment for the day’s ride.
      Our self-guided group of four senior citizens - very FIT senior citizens! - had 3 hybrid bikes and one e-bike. Although the distances were shorter per day than we did on the Slovenia bike trip three years ago, there were lots more hills in Donegal. I was VERY glad to have the e-bike, and my mighty mates envied me…

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 22-29
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Anne Stanek 3 months ago

      Gorgeous views most of the time!

      We had a wonderful trip. Seamus was a super introduction to Donegal -such a friendly person who gave us a clear and detailed introduction to the bikes and the trip. The map and instructions were clear. Our bikes were comfortable and worked well - although the hills were intense and constant. I have done six previous bike trips with a standard bike but I would have opted for an E bike on this one had I known how difficult the hills were going to be! One of our group of four did opt for an E bike and she was very happy she did so! The routes were quiet and mostly on back country and farm roads. There always seemed to be beautiful or serene views. There were several very interesting side trips. The accommodations were very comfortable. The breakfasts were great. The pubs and music were such fun. And everyone we met was friendly and sunny (the Irish people are "always sunny on the inside despite the weather," so someone said and it seems to be true!). It did rain a lot - but it was always a gentle and warm rain. With rain gear it was quite manageable. I would highly recommend this trip.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2022
      How many tours have you completed?
      Six others
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • St. John's Point (photo by Anne Stanek)
      • Cill Charthaigh - Derrylahan (photo by Anne Stanek)
      • Silver Strand Beach (photo by Anne Stanek)
      • Sliabh Liag (photo by Anne Stanek)
      • Kilcar (enroute to Teelin Harbor) (photo by Anne Stanek)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Gretchen Jones 4 months ago

      Stunning trip through the coast of Ireland

      This was my fourth bicycle trip in Europe and was one of my favorites. We used ebikes which made the entire trip enjoyable and manageable (altogether, we rode about 130 miles and had just under 10K feet of climb). Scenery was unsurpassed. Just stunning. Area is very remote. Accommodations were fine but nothing special (except the beginning/ending B&B). We did self guided and directions/Garmin were impeccable. Just a great way to see Ireland

      What was the date of your tour?
      July 2022
      How many tours have you completed?
      9+
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 3/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Chrisdrew October 9, 2019

      Incredible Trip

      We travelled from Dublin to Donegal with high hopes and this trip turned out to exceed the expectations.Seamus who met us in Donegal has outlined a trip that gets better as each day passses. The openess of the green Ireland countryside along the N. Atlantic is spectacular. The towns en route are quaint & very picturesque (Donegal, Killybegs, Carrick and Ardara). The tour is hilly but very manageable with lots of great places for picturea and stops. Definitely do the breakouy day trips with the 2 night stays in Carrick in Ardara-we worth it.

      What was the date of your tour?
      September 22-October 1
      How many tours have you completed?
      3
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Photo 1 (photo by Chrisdrew)
      • Donegal (photo by Chrisdrew)
      • Photo 3 (photo by Chrisdrew)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Island Chick August 29, 2019

      Amazing way to celebrate my 50th Birthday! Exceeded my expectations!

      Perfect way to see the Donegal Coast and rural countryside of West Ireland. Local operator Shemass was awesome! Accommodations were all very nice and innkeepers very helpful!

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2019
      How many tours have you completed?
      3
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • margaret63 September 29, 2018

      A cycling adventure

      It was great to be cycling on the scenic backroads of county Donegal. The daily mileage was not too long so that we could do short recommended side trips or not be out too long if the weather was less than ideal. Staying 2 nights in Carrick allowed us to have our free day to enjoy a pedal to Slieve League. Staying 2 nights in Ardara meant we could pedal out to the Maghera strand to see the beach and caves and still have energy for the Corner Pub and listen to great Irish music.
      Seamus was very helpful & explained the trip details thoroughly.

      What was the date of your tour?
      Sept 6-13, 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      3
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat easier
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Cyndi2838 May 2, 2018

      Fabulous ride in Ireland

      What a great time we had riding the Irish coastline. Hilly and beautiful, the ride was so fun. Relaxing and really experiencing Ireland

      What was the date of your tour?
      April 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Steve M September 13, 2017

      Beautiful scenery!

      Routes were very good, scenic and mostly back roadshows. We found the terrain challenging though the daily Milage was reasonable.

      What was the date of your tour?
      Sept. 6
      How many tours have you completed?
      Many 20+
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Martha July 20, 2017

      So lovely! There were so many times during the week we said "THANK YOU SEAMUS" for finding the lovely tiny roads along spectacular scenery.

      This was the perfect bike trip: BEAUTIFUL rides (THANK YOU SEAMUS!), comfortable places to stay with welcoming hosts and great food spots each town.
      Bikes were perfect. The roads were bike friendly. The people welcoming. The side trips added adventure, history and new views.

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 15-23, 2017
      How many tours have you completed?
      5
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • bluewindows October 19, 2016

      Well wasn't that fun!

      My wife and I decided to try our first biking vacation in Ireland. As we're both over 60 we found the hills to be a bit challenging at times. But when we needed a rest we'd just stop and be amazed at the views in every direction. From our first ride around Lake Eske to the cliffs near Carrick to the descent towards Ardara, we enjoyed all the memorable stops on our adventure. As another writer encouraged, try to catch some local music. Just excellent!

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2016
      How many tours have you completed?
      1
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      No
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • PennyDreadful October 1, 2016

      Lovely and Idyllic Trip!

      Such green vistas, amazing coastal scenery, contrasted by the ubiquitous sheep splashed with color (never did manage to get a satisfactory picture of their markings), happy cows and Justin Bieber-looking Shetland Ponies. Fantastic side trips to solitary beaches & caves, a rowing trip to a ring fort island. Make sure to stay out late one night and marvel at the local and family feel of the music-makers at the pubs.
      Recommend the trip in late May, we had almost perfect weather.

      What was the date of your tour?
      late May
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Photo 1 (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • Photo 2 (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • a beach literally all to ourselves (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • caves! (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • so many happy sheep (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • Photo 6 (photo by PennyDreadful)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • emma June 7, 2016

      Amazing adventure!

      This was a great trip for 2 friends to take together! It was my first bike trip ever and I can't wait to go on another! The bikes were comfortable enough for me to ride without padded shorts and there was a lot of flexibility in extending or taking short cuts most days, to accommodate how we were feeling. It was great to feel active every day! Some of the hills were a challenge but we always made it. I commute to work on a bike in San Francisco but don't do any longer rides. The food was excellent and we had great luck with the weather. The trip was a great mix of beautiful scenery, small town charm, and history/culture. I highly recommend it!

      What was the date of your tour?
      May 2016
      How many tours have you completed?
      0
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection

    Treasures of the Donegal Coast

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