There’s never a bad time to enjoy a bike ride, but if you’re seeking beautiful routes in Britain, filled with stunning scenery and a welcome challenge, then there’s no better bet than a Landal cycling break.
Our resorts offer brilliant access to some of Britain’s best bike routes and cycle paths. Whatever your experience level, you will find a fantastic challenge and plenty of fun. Here are a few of our favourite routes.
Bodmin to Bude at Landal Gwel an Mor
This lovely winding routes runs just shy of 40 miles and offers a scenic tour of some of Cornwall’s greatest scenery and settings. Following the Camel Trail, you start inland alongside the river, winding through woods before enjoying glorious coastal views and fresh sea air. Return to your sea view accommodation for some much needed rest and relaxation.
Haltwhistle to Bellingham at Landal Kielder Waterside
Northumberland offers some of the UK’s finest holiday scenery, so it’s unsurprising that you will find some of the most stunning cycling routes there too. At nearly 30 miles this route offers a wonderful opportunity to stretch your legs and enjoy a welcome challenge with some mid-route climbs. Amazing views of Hadrian’s Wall, the Northumberland National Park and Pennine Way await!
Tissington Trail at Landal Sandybrook
A lovely low-lying trail, this 13 mile stretch follows the old London and North Western Railway (LNWR) between Buxton and Ashbourne. Stunning scenery is the order of the day here, with amazing views and a lovely, safe traffic-free trail. With loads to do in the surrounding area, it’s perfect for experiencing the Peaks’ many charms.
Monsal Trail at Landal Darwin Forest
This traffic free trail is tailor made for on-bike adventures. Traffic free and suitable for cyclists and wheelchair users, it winds through breath-taking limestone dales along the former Midland Railway line. Some of that route’s notable highlights can still be enjoyed through four former railway tunnels. 400 metres long and lit during daylight hours, there’s nothing better than emerging into the stunning scenery at the other end.
Dundee to Arbroath at Landal Piperdam
This popular route follows the Tay estuary past sand dunes and sea views. Sitting in the saddle allows an appreciation of the region’s wonderful wildlife and lovely fresh sea air. It’s low-lying and, at just under 20 miles, fairly accessible, allowing you to be in Arbroath before you know it. Once there make sure you enjoy freshly caught sea food. The smoked haddock is to die for!