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Kirk Michael Beach


Kirk Michael Beach


Along the North-East coast of the Isle of Man lies Kirk Michael beach, a favourite among locals for water sports and dog walking. The long stretch of sandy beach is accessible by ramp and offers stunning views of the coast and nearby rugged cliffs. Kirk Michael beach is the perfect place to blow off the cobwebs and take in the Island's unique charm with opportunities for swimming and walking along a beautiful long, sandy stretch that extends in both directions. 

A fantastic place to take dogs for walks or watch the breath-taking sunset in the distance. Facilities are limited but the beautiful beach is a mere minutes from the small town where you can find all the basic amenities required.  

Dogs allowed all year round.

Bayr Ny Balleira, Kirk Michael

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Douglas, take the A18 Mountain Road and take the first left onto the Beinn-y-Phott road. Follow this road to the end and then turn right on the A3. Go through the village and then take a right at the Bayr Ny Balleira Road. Parking is available at the end of this road

Public Transport Directions

Kirk Michael Beach can be accessed via bus and car. By Bus: For further information regarding bus timetables visit 

What's Nearby

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Bishopscourt Glen, BallaughThe Picturesque glen, located just north of Kirk Michael, is enriched in history. Locals and tourists alike will enjoy the many scenic features of the glen.

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