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Walking the Edge

The Gobbins Visitor Centre, 68 Middle Road, Islandmagee, County Antrim, BT40 3SL

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The Gobbins, a spectacular coastal walk, offers you the opportunity to experience a unique tour  along the cliff edge of Northern Ireland. Enjoy dramatic views across the sea to Scotland or watch the waves roll in from the Irish Sea, while seabirds fly overhead. Put on your boots and hard hat and weave your way along basalt cliffs, through tunnels and hidden caves where past generations of  smugglers hid their loot and present generations of wildlife call home. Discover the triumph of Victorian engineering and experience one of the most enthralling coastal walks along the Causeway Coastal Route.

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