Burren File Wine Cycling and Bike Hire
Early Bird Cycling Tour
Join Cathleen Connole on an early morning guided cycling tour through the heart of the Burren and be rewarded by a delicious mouth-watering breakfast at Burren Fine Wine & Food.
You will start your journey at 7.30am and peacefully pedal through the Burren’s spectacular landscape!
Highlights on the way:
- Ballyallaban Ring Fort
- Cahermore Stone Fort
- Gleninsheen Bronze Age Collar of Gold
- Gleninsheen wedge shaped gallery grave (Diarnaid’s and Grainne’s Bed)
- Poulnabroune Portal Tomb
- Caherconnell Stone Fort
- Poulawack Cairn
- Kilconrney Caves
Cycling to the top of the Corkscrew Hill will give amazing views of the valley and Galway Bay. Then its coasting down to Burren Fine Wine and Food and greeted with aromas of freshly brewed coffee and home baking.
You can choose a breakfast of fresh free-range eggs from a neighbouring farm and hot scones straight from our oven or an Organic Smoked Salmon Bagel using salmon from the Burren Smokehouse and bagels from New Quay.
This experience was acknowledged as one of National Geographic’s Top 10 Activities along the Wild Atlantic Way in 2014. Included on Failte Ireland’s original 50 Secrets of the Wild Atlantic Way it was also featured on RTE’s Eco Eye programme.
Free Optional extras:
Burren Fine Wine & Food is ideally situated for further exploration of the Burren either on foot or by bike. If you are availing of the morning bike hire you may drop the bike back to us. If using your own bike you are welcome to lock it up and leave it at Burren Fine Wine while you explore the Burren on foot.
For Bike Hire please contact John +353 86 3412 875 or Cathleen +353 87 7633 241
GPS: N 53 05.411, W 9 10.396
Decimal Degrees (WGS84): 53.090189, -9.173273
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds: N53 05 24, W9 10 23
Burren Fine Wine & Food is situated at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill, two miles from the village of Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare. Galway City is an hour drive to the north and Limerick and Shannon Airport just an hour to the south.