Bicycle Touring through Ireland: Part 4

​Part 1: Winding Westwards

Part 2: Starting the Wild Atlantic Way

Part 3: The Wild Atlantic
Part 4: Causeway Coastal Route

We started the Causeway route after Londonderry and followed it all the way to Belfast. Having a sign posted route makes such a difference to how fast we could go. 



The final section of the Causeway route followed hugged the sea and so was incredibly flat. We had the sea constantly at our side. This stretch continued for over 30 miles and made for fun cycling around the headlands. 

The final day in Ireland we decided to do an extra 40 miles up and down the flat coastal road to tip the Ireland total mileage to 1500 miles. 

And then it was back home to canals and even more rain. Next up, continental Europe and the Baltic Sea (where the weather will definitely be better!) 


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