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Isle of Man
Further south of Douglas is this extremely popular rendezvous for all the family with a childrens playground (including a unique Victorian water-powered roundabout), boating lake and cafe.
Tholt-y-Will Glen is set in the upper reaches of Sulby Glen, one of the Island's most stunning and scenic areas. It is also a registered Dark Skies Site with an Interpretation Board available to ensure that visitors can enjoy the stunning...
Dhoon Glen, known for its natural and rugged beauty, is a small, wooden glen 5 miles south of Ramsey.
The glen is not to be missed by keen photographers, with its splendid waterfalls and streams offering the perfect picturesque photos.
Port Soderick Glen comprises some 15 acres with the Crogga River running through it. It is also a registered Dark Skies Discovery Site and an interpretation board in the Upper Car Park ensures that visitors can enjoy the stunning stargazing on...
Only two and a half miles south of Douglas is the Groudle Glen. It is of a deep, and in places rocky nature, with a lively bubbling stream running through its length.
Axnfell is on the steep north facing slopes of Glen Roy and has an area of 36 hectares.The car park at its entrance has an excellent picnic site overlooking Glen Roy and Baldhoon, and views stretch right up to Windy Corner on the TT course
Summerhill Glen is a popular beauty spot filled with streams and footpaths to explore and a vast array of flora and fauna.
Ballaglass Glen is a pretty Manx Glen, north of Laxey which is a favourite for artists and photographers. Carpeted in blue bells in spring and sparkling streams which dance over rocks sculptured over millions of years. Look out for the wooden...