Patrick’s Causeway is an ancient pilgrimage road. It is known as the 'Tochar Phadraig' in Gaelic, and the walking trail consists of 113 stiles as part of a 18-mi (30-km) route. The bicycle route follows quiet roads to the southern side of Ireland's holy mountain, Croagh Patrick, on which Saint Patrick is said to have spent forty days and nights during his time in Ireland.
As part of the tour, you will visit several unusual sites, including the Neolithic Rock of Boheh,'Soap the Rope' bridge and the magical Brackloon Wood. The return journey to Westport is completed along the Wild Atlantic Way. This is a unique way to see one of the world’s most beautiful areas using quiet trails that will reveal Irish heritage, geography, and the deep history that sweeps across Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay. This is a relaxing bicycle tour that takes a few hours to complete with stops.