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  1. Europe's most dramatic coastal walk...
    Embrace the elements at The Gobbins Cliff Path
  2. Explore the coast on an unforgettable tour of The Gobbins Cliff Path
    1. 800 years of history
    2. Chasing waterfalls
      in a land shaped by sea and stone
    3. Discover one of Northern Ireland's famous waterfalls in the village of Gleno
      1. Experience panoramic views
        and coastal walks with a difference
      2. Bird's eye view of blackhead lighthouse and lciffs
        Stay in a lighthouse with stunning views of the Northern Irish coastline
      3. Walk in the footsteps of a legend
      4. where Saint Patrick once lived
        1. in Glenarm & Carnlough
        2. to Whitehead & Islandmagee
        3. Enjoy some of Mid & East Antrim's many water-based activities along the Causeway Coastal Route

        Causeway Coastal Route

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        1. Activities You Can't Miss
          When you visit a destination, there are some activities you just have to do, these are the things you can't return home without having tried! Here, you'll find just these types of activities on the Causeway Coastal Route, from walking along the hand-carved steps on a one-of-a-kind coastal path to an 800 year old castle overlooking the sea.
        2. Memorable Moments
          Whether you're a seasoned traveller or a first-time visitor, The Causeway Coastal Route promises to captivate your imagination and provide life-long memories with its wealth of fascinating discoveries waiting to be uncovered. Dive into these engaging activities and really get to know the people and the place that make this one of the world's best destinations.
        3. Stay on The Causeway Coastal Route
          Why the rush? Soak up as many experiences along the Causeway Coastal Route as you can by booking somewhere to stay along the way. Once you've sampled the food and drink, the quality accommodation and the world-famous hospitality of the region - you'll be glad you did!
        4. Food & Drink on The Causeway Coastal Route
          Home to some of the most well-known and loved restaurants in the country, you'll find yourself on an unexpected foodie trail as you traverse the Causeway Coastal Route, sampling the best produce from both land and sea. So make some reservations and treat your taste buds to a gastronomical adventure!
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          From hidden gems to iconic attractions, let The Causeway Coastal Route in Mid & East Antrim quench your thirst for adventure and discovery!
        6. Glenarm & Carnlough
          Step back in time to a fairy-tale castle and walled garden that is a haven for botanists, foodies and Instagrammers. Meander through the ancient canopy of Glenarm Forest – breathe in the aroma of wild garlic in spring or go red-squirrel spotting. Or try out your sea legs in Carnlough. Set sail from the harbour in an original fishing vessel or experience life beneath the surf on an underwater snorkelling adventure.
        7. Whitehead & Islandmagee
          Whitehead is a postcard-perfect town, a relic from a bygone era. The late Victorians and early Edwardians flocked to this charming seaside resort and more than a century later it still retains all its quirk, colour, and charm. Islandmagee is just a short drive away from Whitehead offering rural tranquillity and plenty of Vitamin Sea
        8. Make A Day Of it
          Mid & East Antrim has some of the most well known and loved attractions in Northern Ireland, from The Gobbins Cliff Path to Slemish Mountain, Carrickfergus Castle to Gleno Waterfall. But dotted all over the region, in every town and village and in between, we have a world of hidden gems and unforgettable experiences just waiting to be discovered... You know why you're here, let us show you why you should stay and make a day of it!
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