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Mourne Coastal Route by E-Bike – Bike Mourne

The Forest Park, Castlewellan, County Down, BT31 9BU
Mourne Coastal Route by E-Bike – Bike Mourne

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The Mourne Coastal Route hosts some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery and what better way to experience it than from the socially acceptable, environmentally sustainable and endlessly exhilarating viewpoint provided by an electric bike!

This route is perfect for the adventurer with so many fantastic variations on routes to ride and places to explore, from the multitude of little coastal villages, castles, beaches, forests and everything that comes with an area of such natural, social and built heritage.

As with all our tours, it’s important to allow yourself enough time to explore as this tour provides so many tempting options to indulge your interests be they mild or wild!

We strongly recommend the two-day experience, starting in Strangford Village and finishing in Rostrevor Village with Newcastle forming the perfect midway overnight destination.

Self-Guided options available daily – pre-booking online required

Package includes;
Map – you’ll be supplied with an easily followed route map including route description and key local tips!
Bike – powered by the awesome CUBE Bikes
Helmet – must be worn by the rider at all times
Accessories – we supply a lock, tool, tube and pump
Charge - electric assist bikes come with 1 full charge – for hires beyond 6h, we supply a charge cable
Support number – available 9am-5pm for telephone assistance
Damage Waiver – accidents happen! So we’ve protected you against accidental damage to the bike with our Waiver Scheme – excludes loss/damage to accessories including the use of the spare tube - see 'Top Up' option

Poinys of interest:
The National Trust Estate at Castleward (of recent Game of Thrones fame aka Winterfell), the stunning village of Strangford nestled on the ‘Narrows’ and the mouth of Strangford Lough, the unmistakable ‘Bumble Bee’ St Johns Point Lighthouse, the Blue Flag Beach at Tyrella, Dundrum Bay and Europe’s largest Sand Dune Reserve – Murlough National Nature Reserve, the ‘Active’ Seaside Town of Newcastle, NI’s first Forest Park at Tollymore, Slieve Donard – NI’s highest peak rising straight from sea level, the infamous Bloody Bridge and the Smugglers Story, the patchwork of fields that makes the Mourne Coastal Plain, the Silent Valley Mountain Park, the historic fishing port of Kilkeel, the home of Mourne crafts – Made in Mourne, the Blue Flag Beach at Cranfield overlooking the entrance to Carlingford Lough with an optional ferry crossing, the beautiful village of Rostrevor and the inspiration to CS Lewis and the Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe.

Distance: 90Km
Time: 2 days
Terrain: Country Roads
Price: varies depending on bike choice and start from £84.00

Delivery/collection, drop-offs/pick-ups and luggage shuttles are available as necessary
Bespoke-guided options available - pre-booking direct with our team required

Facilities

Catering

  • Cafe

Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Online Booking
  • Prior Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Guide Prices

Price varies depending on bike choice and start from £84.00

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