The Kerry Coast Cycle takes you around the famous Ring of Kerry (quiet route), which is one of the most picturesque routes in Ireland and has many beautiful beaches, rivers and lakes to enjoy. It is famous for its coastal and mountainous scenery.MAKE AN ENQUIRY
Day 1 – Arrival in Killarney
Overnight in Killarney.
Day 2 – Killarney to Glenbeigh
Total distance of 49km/31 miles
This days cycle takes you through the Beaufort Valley and onto the isolated valley of Glencar where you stop for lunch. In the afternoon you cycle along the shores of Caragh Lake and onto the seaside village of Glenbeigh. Overnight in Glenbeigh.
Day 3 – Glenbeigh to Waterville
Total distance of 46km/28 miles (optional 67km/42 miles)
This days cycle takes you along the shores of Dingle Bay with great views of the Dingle Peninsula and onto the market village of Caherciveen where you can lunch. In the afternoon you have the optional longer cycle of Valentia Island, en-route to the seaside village of Waterville. Overnight in Waterville for 2 nights.
Day 4 – Free Day
Relax, cycle the Skelligs ring, take a boat trip to the Skelligs Rocks or take in a round of Golf.
Day 5 – Waterville to Sneem
Total distance of 48km/30 miles
TToday’s cycle takes you through Coomakista Pass, which is one of the best viewing points in Ireland with magnificent views over Kenmare and the Atlantic Ocean. Lunch stop either in Derrynane House, which is the home of the Irish Liberator Daniel O’Connell or in the small village of Caherdaniel. After lunch you cycle along the coast to the beautiful village of Sneem. Overnight in Sneem.
Day 6 – Sneem to Killarney
Total distance of 45km/28 miles or 61km/38 miles
Today’s cycle takes you inland and off the main Ring of Kerry road. The highlights of the cycle are Molls Gap where you can stop for lunch. Enjoy the view of the spectacular Lakes
of Killarney. Stop at Ladies View, Torc Waterfall and Muckross House (19th C). If you want to lengthen today’s cycle you can detour to the heritage town of Kenmare. Overnight in Killarney for 2 nights.
Day 7 – Killarney to Black Valley
Total distance of 24km/15 miles or 56km/35 miles
TCycle through the dramatic Gap of Dunloe and into the remote Black Valley.
Return to Killarney by cycling by the Three Lakes or getting a boat through them.
Day 8 – Departure Day