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Bradda Glen and Milner's Tower

Type:Viewpoint

Bradda Glen and Milner's Tower

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Discover the tranquil beauty of Bradda Glen offering spectacular and panoramic views over the beautiful Port Erin Bay and the Calf of Man.

Take a trip on the Steam Railway to Port Erin and the beautiful Bradda Glen is just a few minutes walk away. Hear native bird song as you walk along the tree lined winding coastal path, moving up the headland to Milner's Tower. The monument is dedicated to William Milner in grateful acknowledgement of his many charities to the poor of Port Erin and Manx fishermen.

The Glen has many vantage points, with bench seats for walkers to stop, making it an ideal spot for a picnic. Enjoy the birds wheel above, and if the sea is calm, you may even be lucky enough to spot a basking shark. You may well encounter a few rabbits too.

Bradda Glen also hosts one of the viewing sites which Manx Wildlife Trust have created providing visitors with the opportunity to find out more about the coastal and marine life around the Island's coastline. 

Bradda Glen, Port Erin, Isle of Man, IM9 6PJ

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Coming from the centre of Port Erin, follow the main road above the beach front North. Bradda Glen is a small turning on the left, down a narrow road; please be careful during busy periods and use the passing points. Ample car parking is available for customers.

Public Transport Directions

A 10-minute walk from Port Erin train and bus station. Ample car parking is available.

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