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Cycling Route from Ballina to Enniscrone

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I simply love exploring and the bicycle. It’s a beautiful world out there and there couldn’t be a better way to explore than on 2 wheels. I want to share my passions, that’s why I’ve put together this blog about traveling and cycling in the West of Ireland. Let me know what you think about my little collection of travel tips & cycling routes around Mayo & Sligo.

Cycling loop from Ballina to Ennsicrone

Cycling Route Ballina Enniscrone Loop
Perfect pit stop – Enniscrone Beach

This cycling route from Ballina to Enniscrone is one of my all time favourite ‘quick’ loops in the North Mayo and Sligo area. The loop is around 35km with about 250m of elevation. I like to fit this route in as morning cycling loop, but it can also be stretched to a full day of exploring Mayo & Sligo on the bike.

Following this cycling route from Ballina to Enniscrone is the perfect opportunity for a spin through the remote green countryside of Mayo & Sligo. You will reach Enniscrone towards the end of the loop, so you can enjoy a coffee, a dip in the sea or a full day of beach town fun.

I love a refreshing jump from Enniscrone pier to cool down after a cycle. A relaxing walk along the unspoilt beach is another great thing to do in this picturesque beach village. Check out the local cafes, pubs and coffee vans for lunch, before you tackle the few rolling hills of the Coast road on the way back to Ballina.

More things to do in Enniscrone

Check out our blog ’10 things to do in Enniscrone’ for more inspiration on what to do during your pit stop in Sligo.

A longer version of the cycling route from Ballina to Enniscrone

If you want to extend your cycling tour by an extra 40km the Lake Loop is perfect for you!

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