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cycle.jpgThere's no better way to explore County Clare than by bike. Lonely Planet names the top 10 trips that should be on every cyclist's wish list and County Clare is on the list.
The choices of terrain on offer range from hill-climbs to flatland so a trip may be planned which will tax the seasoned cyclist’s ability or alternatively will make for a holiday of gentle exercise.

There are a number of established cycleways in County Clare some include:

The Burren Cycleway is a 69km signposted route. The Cliffs of Moher, with sheer 700 feet drop and stretching for almost 8kms, is a major tourist attraction in the area.

The Dolmen Cycleway is one of the most remote, but wonderful places in north Clare to travel by bicycle. Situated in the heart of the Burren the region is dominated by historic castles, limestone, and caves.

The Dolphin Cycleway is a day trip with an opportunity to catch up with the Dolphins in Carrigaholt Bay which is one of highlights on this scenic cycle route.

So why not take the Lonely Planet recommendation and visit County Clare for an fantastic cycle break.