The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience. A reimagined version of Northern Ireland’s ‘best kept secret’; a dramatic cliff-face path with its spectacular bridges, tunnels, and staircases; a must-see tourist attraction in the early 20th century. And, in its time, more popular than the Giant’s Causeway.
Originally conceived by Berkley Deane Wise, an Irish Civil Engineer, and classed as his most spectacular engineering masterpiece, the cliff-face path took visitors on an unexpected, white-knuckle walk across one of Ulster’s most dramatic coastlines. 
Imagery created for Sam Willis Ltd and Larne Borough Council.
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