The Gobbins is a stunning coastal walk, which can be found along the world-famous Causeway Coastal Route. Enjoy a fully guided tour along dramatic paths, smuggler’s caves, tunnels, suspension bridges and walkways which in its entirety can take up to two and a half hours.
This unique experience takes you up close and personal with nature – feel the spray of the sea as the waves crash underneath, touch the basalt cliff walls, watch the local wildlife in their natural habitat. A real highlight to look out for include the fact that the cliffs at the Gobbins are home to Northern Ireland’s only mainland colony of Puffins. Plus there’s many more winged creatures to look out for – including kittiwakes, guillemots and razorbills.
Originally opened in 1902, the exhilarating path offered a one-of-a-kind visitor experience. Since then modern renovations have been carried out, and it is a hugely popular stop on the Causeway route which runs from Belfast, along the coast and ends at the Giant’s Causeway. Definitely one not to miss!