Scotland has a lot to offer and we have several cycling holidays that explore different regions. Whether you want a cycling holiday with scenery, with castles, or with whiskey; we will more than likely have a cycling holiday for you. We have also written a post just for castle lovers who are looking for a Scottish Cycling Holiday.
Explore Scotland by Bike!
Lochs and Castles
If you want to enjoy great scenery through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs national park we have 3 cycling holidays just for you! You can choose from our Lakes and Castles Family Cycling Holiday, our Lochs Galore Cycling Holiday. Alternatively, if you are looking for a road bike holiday you can do our Lochs Galore by Road Bike Cycling Holiday! Each will let you see the real beauty of Scotland with breathtaking views, with places en route for you to explore. You will see places like Doune Castle, Castle Menzies and explore many towns like Callander and Stirling (see tour descriptions for exact places as each one of our tours is different!)
Our Castle Crusade Cycling Holiday explores the regions of Perthshire, Angus and Fife by bike. You will have the chance to visit a few great Castles of Scotland including Glamis Castle, Scone Palace and Falkland Palace. You will also be able to explore the historic St. Andrews – the home of golf. You will also get great Scottish scenery on this tour which won’t disappoint. Explore by bike and relax, thats what a cycling holiday is all about!
We have two Scottish Borders Cycling Holidays. Our standard cycling holiday and one which is road bike based. Both are jam-packed full of places to go see along the way. Including fours famous ancient abbeys, which are Kelso, Jedburgh, Dryburgh and Melrose. Many historic houses, Sir Walter Scott’s Abbotsford House, Paxton House, Manderston House which you can stop by and explore. You can also visit Bamburgh castle and Floors castle. What more could you want from a cycling holiday?
If you want to explore some Scottish Islands then this is the tour for you. Set off on your bike from the Isle of Arran and continue on your cycling journey going to Jura, Islay and Colonsay. If you love whiskey then your luck is in, you can stop off at the Arran Distillery and on Islay too! The scenery on these small Scottish islands will leave you breathless. Arran is known as Scotland in Miniature. You definitely won’t be left disappointed (Arran is one of our favourite places to visit) Wildlife is also in abundance on this tour, so come along and join our Island Hopping Cycling Holiday.
If you are interested in any of our Scotland cycling holidays then why not get in touch and we would be happy to help.