Nature and Beauty Spots
With more than 40 per cent of the land on the Isle of Man unpopulated and uncultivated the Island is something of a natural garden.
Discover the ever-changing Manx landscape, rolling hills and costal scenery by visiting some of the Island’s best beauty spots.
You’ll find eighteen national glens – both coastal and mountainous – many of which lead to the sea. A visit to Glen Maye in the west of the Island offers a picturesque walk through a secluded glen to the impressive waterfalls and then onto the beach.
The well maintained gardens, dotted around the Island, offer a great place to blow away the cobwebs or enjoy a picnic in the sunshine. Try the Tynwald National Park and Arboretum where you’ll be able to feed the ducks or the Milntown gardens in the grounds of the impressive stately home.
If you’re a wildlife enthusiast make sure you don’t miss taking a trip to the Ayres which is internationally renowned as a wildlife hotspot.