Achill Island Greenway Cycling Achill Island Greenway Short-break

Activity :
Cycling
Duration :
4 Nights
Distance :
42 km
Difficulty :
Easy +
Tour Type :
Self-Guided
Time To Go :
March to October
Price :
From €473
Reviews :
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Activity:
Cycling
Duration:
4 Nights
Distance:
42 km
Difficulty:
Easy +
Tour Type:
Self-Guided
Time To Go:
March to October
Price:
From €473
Rating:

Cycling Achill Island Greenway Short Break is a fantastic 4 days trip for the whole family, not too strenuous or taxing for anyone of moderate fitness.  This route on the Wild Atlantic Way is a nice walking tour ideal for families or people looking for a relaxing holiday with short activity days. The 42km long Great Western Greenway is the longest traffic-free off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland to Achill Island. This stunning trail allows you to explore this history-rich area of Mayo, with human settlement in the area dating back over 5,000 years.

On this route, you will follow the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937 from Westport to Achill, along the way you will pass through Newport with its famous seven arched viaducts crossing the Black Oak river and on the way to Mulranny you can find the 16th-century tower house of Rockfleet Castle before finishing up at Achill Island. The Great Western Greenway has won several awards including the European Destination of Excellence.

Cycling the Great Western Greenway is ideal for families, parents can walk the trail while children can cycle it, we offer a selection of bikes to suit all ages and abilities, including an option to upgrade to an electric bike and even tandems. This route has many 5 star reviews

juanma
Specialist: Juanma
Juanma grew up near Vigo and moved to Ireland just 2 days after his graduation. his passion is discovering new places around the world on his bike. He has walked the Via Francig...
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