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Port Soderick Beach


Port Soderick Beach


Port Soderick beach is a peaceful and tranquil area just 3miles North East of Douglas. It lies at the foot of a wooded glen, where the River Crogga runs into the sea. The little valley here is known for its attractive bluebell displays in late spring. 

The small beach is mainly composed of shingle and sand, backed by a concrete sea wall along which runs a paved promenade.  The beach is flanked by rocks, and there are views along the cliffs of this stretch of the Manx coastline.

On the south side of the beach there are three large caves, once thought to be the haunt of smugglers.  Manx legend tells of an enchanted submerged island in the bay

Perfect for groups or families to relax, picnic or play in the surf.

Port Soderick

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the old Castletown road and make a left at the Port Soderick Glen Road. Follow the road to the bottom of the hill where you will find ample parking to access the beach. 

Public Transport Directions

Port Soderick beach can be accessed bus, car or by alighting at Port Soderick on the steam railway.

By Bus: For further information regarding bus timetables visit Please note the buses to Port Soderick are infrequent.

By Train: For further information regarding the Steam Train visit

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