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Garwick Beach


Garwick Beach


Garwick Beach can be found at the foot of Garwick Glen in the valley of Baldrine, and with its small bay backed by the woodlands of the Glen, the beach is one of the most picturesque locations on Island. The River Gawne can be found winding through Garwick Glen, before dropping down to the bay and emerging at the sea.

Derived from the Celtic for 'pleasant bay', this beach certainly lives up to its name. Complete with clear waters and green trees overhanging the beach, this secluded cove has a distinctly tropical feel and is the perfect place to enjoy some solitude as you admire the perfect views.  

The beach is also dog-friendly and one of the few beaches on the Island that has no restrictions on dogs throughout the year. 

A favourite among dog walkers and fishermen, this small rock and shingle beach is a must for all, when visiting the Island.



Provider Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
Beach Road, Baldrine

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Opening Times

* Open all year round

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Car: Travel north from Douglas along the A2, to Baldrine. Turn right off the A2, following Beach Road before arriving at Garwick Beach.

Public Transport Directions

By Bus: Bus services to Baldrine. For further information regarding bus timetables visit

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