From bustling Waterford City, past the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains, and on to the scenic harbour town of Dungarvan, the Waterford Greenway traces the coast. You can cycle in both directions or cycle one way and get the bus back to Waterford from Dungarvan. Bike rental companies Waterford Greenway Bike Hire and Greenway Waterford Bike Hire are on hand with bikes, e-bikes and even tandems, as well as having all the necessary safety equipment and trailers for the little ones.
Waterford Greenway Bike Hire
Waterford Greenway Bike Hire has three depots along the Dungarvan, Kilmacthomas and Waterford route. Bikes can be picked up at any shop. Depots are open daily and booking in advance is advisable in order to arrange your pick-up location, bike and equipment requirements. A full price list and booking details are available on the website and prices includes bike, safety gear and locks. The Kilmacthomas store is located in the visitor centre, opposite the famine workhouse. The Waterford City store is located on Hanover street, just around the corner from the hotel.
Greenway Waterford Bike
Greenway Waterford Bike hire provides great value bike hire for use on the Waterford Greenway. Operating from 2 locations, the WIT Arena on the outer ring road and Grattan Quay in the city. Greenway Waterford Bike Hire provides bikes to suit everyone, so no matter how old, you can enjoy this incredible amenity.
Waterford Cycling Tours
Waterford Cycling Tours, located right in the middle of Ireland's oldest city, provides cycling tours daily. The excursions are designed for single riders, couples, families, and smaller groups to pedal about for around two hours. They supply the bicycles, helmets, and all other necessary equipment. As you cycle around the city, discover landmarks like the People's Park, City Quays, Bilberry Rock, Ballybricken, the ancient Viking Triangle, Museums, and the House of Waterford Crystal.
The longer tours include the coast of the sunny southeast, including Tramore, Dunmore East, Passage East, and the Hook Head peninsula in County Wexford, which is home to Hook Lighthouse, the world's oldest operational lighthouse.