Coast and Castles North
The Coast and Castles North cycling route, beginning in the beautiful Scottish capital, Edinburgh and finishing in Aberdeen, is perfect for cyclists seeking a combination of awe-inspiring nature, intriguing cultural history and outdoor adventure.
Taking you across the iconic Forth Road Bridge from Scotland's vibrant capital city, this cycling holiday explores the Kingdom of Fife and its many nature reserves, bursting with wildlife. Impressive historical sights like Falkland Palace and St Andrews Castle and Cathedral and the dramatic Dunnottar Castle are also located along this brilliant cycling tour. Sweeping beaches, sand dunes and lovely fishing villages and harbours are abundant along the cycling route, not to mention the warm Scottish hospitality on the way to Scotland's 'Granite City' - Aberdeen.
From £500 per adult
April — October
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Trailbrakes Biking Holidays
Specialising in tailor-made mountain biking holidays and cycling tours in Scotland, Trailbrakes ensures that your biking experience is a truly unforgettable one. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, Trailbrakes can organise every aspect of your biking trip. They’ll provide you with transportation at the beginning of your trip, organise comfortable accommodation to suit your budget, arrange luggage transfers each day and arm you with comprehensive maps and route information that allow you to experience the stunning scenery, fabulous trails and unrivalled hospitality that Scotland has to offer.
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