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Ireland is a country that is filled with scenic beauty. Throughout Athlone, Westmeath, the Midlands and West there are many cycling tours to do and experience.
DB cycles offer a range of bicycles for bike hire for touring the country.
Cycling around Ireland is an exciting way to see the country.
For more information on cycling tours visit www.discoverireland.ie
GREENWAY and OLD RAIL TRAIN
An easy cycle through Athlone and along a section of the new Dublin to Galway Green-way. This is mostly on level landscape and can be enjoyed by all age groups. Discover the historical sites of Athlone, flora and fauna of the wetland area and also observe the new and old ways of harvesting peat and turf along the route.
The Greenway traverses Ireland’s Atlantic coast between Westport town and Achill Island and visits the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny (Mallaranny). It passes by some of the West of Ireland’s most dramatic mountains and offers magnificent views of Clew Bay and its many islands.
This is a ‘must’ cycle for anyone who likes getting out on their bike. Start in Mullingar and follow the path as it snakes along the canal to the head of the Greenway. For the next 40km you’re in biking heaven. But don’t let the distance scare you, hop off and visit Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park along the way. You’ll meet everyone on the route from passionate enthusiasts to those out for the fresh air.
This is a dedicated cycle path that follows the old rail track under arched bridges, through a tunnel and past beautiful countryside all the way to Athlone. With lots of entry and exit points, you can hop on and off to explore the villages and attractions along the way. Whether for a leisurely 8km cycle from Athlone to Moate or the ambitious 40km, check out the brochure and view the map.
Pass under the old 3 arched bridge near Streamstown. Stop in Moate for a bite to eat and then park the bikes for a while to explore the beauty of Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park. When you’ve explored Athlone, there’s a lot more cycling still to be discovered. Use it as a base and spend a day at Lough Boora with it’s many cycle routes or head up to Hodson Bay and get on the South Roscommon trail.
The Old Rail Trail is a rural route through the heart of the Irish midlands connecting the bustling town of Athlone with the market town of Mullingar passing through the town of Moate. The route is 40km along a converted stretch of the former Midlands Great Western Railway and passes through rich fertile farmland away from the hustle of towns.
Get on board for a bit of bearded wonder as Viking Mike sets course for history, beauty and myth filled magic. Sail north up to Lough Ree, the Lake of the Kings, or south down along the River Shannon to Clonmacnoise, the most famous monastic site in Ireland.
Hear about Viking hoards, high kings, big battles and saintly scholars while enjoying the natural beauty and rich wildlife that exists around every corner. In this 21 metre long replica of a Viking Knarr, the longest serving passenger ship in both Ireland and the UK, there’s something to spark the imagination for young and old. With sailings every day, it’s the perfect way to get the whole family out on the water.
>The Viking Ship season normally runs from Easter to the end of October
>They accepted the bike in the board. Our famous bike and boat tour is a wonderful way to sample the various sites and attractions as we make our way by bike to Coosan Point. There we transfer to a boat and enjoy a short cruise on Lough Ree, where you can learn about some of the history and heritage of Lough Ree and the River Shannon. A brilliant way to spend a morning or an afternoon.