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Cycling Holidays UK
Some of the best cycling in Europe can be found in the UK, a diverse country with fascinating history, multi-cultural cities and beautiful countryside offering lush greenery, fields, woodlands and forest, coastline, rivers, lakes, hills and mountains. Whether it’s challenging hilly terrain, or flat riding, there is something to please all cycling enthusiasts.
The UK is rich in history, littered with numerous castles, historical towns and cities, building and ruins, dating back over the centuries as far back as Roman times.
Our Coast and Castles holidays was designed especially for those with an interest in historical castles and beautiful scenery. The route takes riders from Edinburgh to Newcastle, visiting various castles and vast stretches of unspoilt coastline.
End to Ends
LAND’S END TO JOHN O’GROATS
The UK’s famous end to end traverses the length of the country, a fantastic challenge for fit cyclists of approximately 1000 miles, starting in Cornwall then continuing across Dartmouth, around Bristol and into the Midlands, up to the North of the UK and into Southern Scotland heading up through the Highlands until reaching the final destination of John O’Groats.
WALES END TO END
Beginning in the vibrant south Wales city of Cardiff, cyclists travel all the way to the magnificent Conway Castle in North Wales via the beautiful Brecon Beacons, Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia enjoying exceptional views throughout.
The beauty of the British countryside can be fully appreciated when travelling on two wheels. Our Tour de East Anglia offers enjoyable flat riding around the counties of Suffolk and Norfolk – riders can appreciate the peaceful nature of the region as well as soaking up the delightful scenery.
The circumnavigation of London provides an opportunity for cyclists to leave the hustle and bustle of urban London and explore London’s greenbelt along surprisingly quiet minor roads enjoying unspoilt countryside.
Further north another fantastic side to side takes riders along a 170 mile journey from coast to coast – exploring the incredible scenery and landscape of the Pennines and the Yorkshire Dales National Park amongst other delights.