Guided Tour of the Burren on Electric Bikes

Guided Tour of the Burren on Electric Bikes


Tour description

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Kilfenora Cathedral & Crosses, Kilfenora Ireland

see the 12th century Cathedral and Crosses

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Noughaval Church, Noughaval, Kilfenora, Co. Clare, V95 Y642, Ireland

See the ancient and modern churches, graveyard and market stone

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Caherconnell Stone Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations, R480 Road, Caherconnell V95 YK31 Ireland

stop for a coffee or lunch if required

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Poulnabrone Dolmen, R480 Ireland

view the dolmen dating from 3500 BC

Duration: 30 minutes

What's included

  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Local guide
  • Use of electric bicycle
  • Use of helmet
  • Pick up from designated points for those travelling on public transport
  • Vehicle support during the guided tour

What's not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Pick up from other locations can be arranged on request
  • Entry/Admission - Caherconnell Stone Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

Provider Photos

  • Burren Landscape

  • Spring gentians

  • meet the locals

  • local heritage

  • Burren wildflowers

  • Kilfenora Cathedral


User Reviews

  • Diane I
    Loved the whole experience. Was fitted for an ebike and helmet and took a short ride to get comfortable with the bike. Rode off. It was a group but my husband and I were it today... essentially a private tour. We heard and saw so much of the Burren and Janet was very knowledgeable and willing to share info. Saw karst landscape, cave ins, birds, plants, tombs, stone forts and my husband loved his lunch of a great carrot soup.
  • Csal98
    A group of five of us did this tour. The bikes were excellent and very comfortable. The itinerary was a perfect length. Janet our guide was phenomenal. She was so knowledgable and had such expertise on the historical and geographical aspects of the area. We saw so much that we would have otherwise missed had Janet not pointed it out. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed it!
  • _patriciamccarthy16
    I would definitely recommend this guided tour of the Burren and E-Whizz . It was great to meet Janet & Mary. Mary was a wonderful tour guide & great company, with lots of knowledge of the area we visited . It was a fantastic day out and the electric bike was just brilliant it took the hard work out of the cycle 😊
  • DaveNBPT
    If you can ride a bike, you can do this tour. (If you can't ride a bike, don't pretend that you can because we had 2 people in another group who needed to ride in the van because they didn't do bike riding.) A very nice time outdoors, spent biking through the Irish countryside. A nice lunch at a local cafe (self-pay) in the middle of the tour. Not enough time to see the attached ruins and archeological dig, but you can always come back to see it (as we did after the tour was done). Beware the Irish weather however. It was cloudy and overcast the entire time we rode, but luckily no rain. We ended up having a great time and would highly recommend this tour if you're in the area.
  • keurata
    I was part of a group of friends who meet for outdoor activities and we booked an afternoon's cycle tour with Janet in early Spring. Advance communication was excellent with Janet ensuring everyone had a bike that was up to the task-either their own or her rental push bikes or electric bikes. No sales pressure, just lots of helpful advice. Janet's pacing on the day, dealing with the weather and with the consequences of a lazy group who wanted a coffee stop in the back of beyond were superb. She was also a very informative guide,as I am already quite familiar with the Burren but still saw and heard about new spots from Janet.Highly recommend the trip to anyone. The choice of bikes make it a good option for groups where there are varying degrees of fitness as all can go out together. Enjoy the ride!




    Duration4 hours

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