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Pilgrimage Isle of Man

Type:Cultural Tour

Pilgrimage Isle of Man


Pilgrimage Isle of Man will inspire you to explore treasured places and pilgrimage routes of the Isle of Man which have been enriched by the faith journeys of those who have gone before us. 


The Triskelion Trail is a 36-mile trail - in 7 sections - extending from Rushen Abbey in the south to Maughold in the north, via Peel.  It offers the pilgrim varied walking conditions, glorious countryside and coastal views and historically significant places - for example the spectacular Spooyt Vane waterfall, and 9th century Keeill Pheric (Patrick's chapel)


The Raad Ny Foillan Pilgrimage trail - in 12 sections - largely follows the Way of the Gull, the Island's coastal path which celebrated 30 years in 2016, and includes  the remains of Celtic-Norse keeills (chapels) and carved crosses found on or near the Island's cliffs, glens and beaches.  Completing the whole circuit represents a 5 day challenge of over 100 miles for experienced walkers, but its' 12 sections allow individual stages to be explored. 


Breathtaking views and historically significant places, with their ruins and remains telling the story of those who have gone before, are there for everyone to discover. Crossroads trails guide road users to key faith heritage sites accessible by car, bike or public transport. 

Pilgrimage Isle of Man will soon be adding a rich treasury of material for meditation - from sources including the Celtic Saints and Manx National Poet T.E. Brown - we hope these will be of interest to those following the routes to make an actual spiritual pilgrimage, as well as to those making an "armchair pilgrimage" by browsing the photographs on this site.

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  1. The Silverburn begins its journey above the village of St Marks, passing through…

    0.06 miles away
  2. Rushen Abbey was gifted by King Olaf I for use as a monastery in 1134. The visitor…

    0.14 miles away
  3. This is a extremely popular spot for all the family with a childrens playground…

    0.56 miles away
  1. The beautiful Kirk Malew Church is a traditional Manx church that still retains the…

    0.87 miles away
  2. A wide range of exhibits relating the military and aviation history of the Isle of Man…

    1.18 miles away
  3. Nestled between Castletown’s picturesque train station and Silverburn river lies Poulsom…

    1.52 miles away
  4. Derbyhaven Beach is a secluded cove on the south-eastern coast where you can enjoy the…

    1.56 miles away
  5. The horseshoe-shaped bay of Castletown, offers sandy stretches and pebbly coves. The…

    1.58 miles away
  6. Uncover the story of the inventive George Quayle and his most significant surviving…

    1.88 miles away
  7. Discover one of the most preserved medieval castles in Europe. Opening times, facilities…

    1.92 miles away
  8. Be greeted by the secretary of the former home of the Manx Parliament, take your seat in…

    1.94 miles away
  9. With views casting over Castletown and Port Erin, stargazers are guaranteed sensational…

    1.97 miles away
  10. Port Grenaugh Cove beach is situated on the South East Coast of the Island, between Port…

    2.12 miles away
  11. Balladoole, near to Castletown, is one of the most significant historic monument sites on…

    2.42 miles away
  12. The home of classic bikes in the Isle of Man. A must visit for all genuine motorcycle or…

    2.6 miles away
  13. The Nature Discovery Centre is full of information on its surroundings, the environment…

    2.71 miles away
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The grounds and ancient ruins at Rushen AbbeyRushen Abbey, BallasallaRushen Abbey was gifted by King Olaf I for use as a monastery in 1134. The visitor centre tells the Abbey's story from 1134 to strawberry tea dancing and days of disco.

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