Pulse-pounding adventure on the Gobbins Cliff Path
Get your pulse racing as you discover the thrilling Gobbins Cliff Path on the Causeway Coastal Route. To start your journey, step through Wise's Eye, the narrow entrance named for the path's creator, Berkeley Deanne Wise. Here you can witness the crashing waves and the wildlife that populate the area, and find yourself "walking on water" as you get to the iconic tubular bridge set only 10m above the choppy sea! Bring your hiking boots as you need good support for this coastline adventure. Afterwards, find your campsite for the night at Dundonald Touring Caravan Park.
If you have more time
For more than 800 years, Carrickfergus Castle has stood the test of time, having been besieged by the Scots, Irish, English and French. Take the tour around this medieval site, where you can find 17th century cannons, dungeons and a fascinating insight into the history surrounding the castle.