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Green Road Cycle Tours

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Green Road, Beaufort, Killarney, Kerry,
Mr Padraig Sears
E: padraig@greenroadcycletours.com

Discover Killarney National Park by bicycle or cycle off the beaten track through the hidden valleys of the MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountains and/or along the scenic coastal routes of the Wild Atlantic way such as the Dingle Peninsula.

Cycle off the beaten path with Green Road Cycle Tours (GRCT).

Immerse yourself in Irish history, culture, scenery and language with Green Road Cycle Tours’ fully guided tours of the Dingle, Iveragh and Beara Peninsulas in south west Ireland. Awarded Luxury Travel Guide Cultural Tour Operator of the year 2017 for Kerry. They have unique tours that converge both land and sea on and around the Wild Atlantic Way and the magical Killarney National Park and Gap of Dunloe.

They can design cycle tours for you from a short one-day trip to a six-day tour. Being a local tour company with expert knowledge of south west Ireland allows us to make each trip unique.


The owner being a native Irish Gaelic speaker from Ventry, close to Dingle Town, Padraig was fortunate to have ‘the best of both worlds’ as he also has a great knowledge of this area of Kerry. The Dingle Peninsula and neighbouring peninsulas, the Iveragh (Caherciveen) and Beara (Kenmare) offer up coastal scenery of immense beauty (The Wild Atlantic Way) and have an incredible rich history along with their own Gaelic Dialect.

While cycling is the core invitation, don’t worry if you can’t cycle or want to have a break from the saddle. Padraig can also arrange and/or include river fishing, touring and hill walking, all of which are further hobbies of his. He can cater for other priorities, interests and ability levels to ensure that every cyclist whatever his/her ability, enjoys a uniquely personal travel experience.

Each tour is guided by a native tour guide and offers a unique view of the South West Coast of Ireland.

Cost is dependent on the number of cyclists and the routes taken.

Open all year round.