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Open Road Skies Cycling Tours

Downpatrick, Co Down
Open Road Skies Cycling Tours

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We are providers of guided cycling tours around the most scenic areas of Northern Ireland to include following the footsteps of Saint Patrick - Downpatrick, Armagh, Glens of Antrim as well Giant's Causeway, Torr Head and Belfast.

This tour takes in some of the most stunning scenery in Ireland: Torr Head and it's views across the water to the Mull of Kintyre, the dark and imposing Mourne Mountains on the way to Newry and Armagh. It also gives you the chance to experience Irish folk legends first hand; learn how Fionn Mac Cumhaill built the enchanting and bewildering Giant's Causeway or you could learn about modern Irish history with a walking tour of Belfast.

Finally, during the days leading up to St. Patrick's you find out about the man himself, his life, his legacy and his final resting place.

Tour Dates
This is a six day/six night tour with the last night being the 15th March in Armagh, giving you plenty of time to get to plan your Saint Patrick's Day celebrations. This tour is also planned for a late summer departure for those who can't make it in March.

This tour also takes in some world-famous sites, including:

•The Giant's Causeway
•The Old Bushmills Distillery
•The Antrim Coast Road
•Carrikfergus Castle
•Belfast
•Mourne Mountains
•Slemish Views
•Saul Church and St Patrick's Grave in Downpatrick
•Both St Patrick Cathedrals in Armagh

Groups
It is also available for groups, with the option of choosing your departure date and tweaking the tour to your requirements.

For booking enqires and more information please visit http://www.openroadopenskies.co.uk

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Suitable for Children

Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Prior Booking Required

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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