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less than 2 miles

  1. Address

    A4 Coast Road, Kirk Michael, IM6 1EU

    Kirk Michael

    Glen Wyllin is a secluded wooded valley that comprises an extensive campsite that leads down to a picturesque beach where you can enjoy the sunset.

    Add Glen Wyllin to your Itinerary

  2. Address

    Main Road, Ballaugh

    Ballaugh

    The 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.

    Add Bishopscourt Glen to your Itinerary

  3. Address

    Glen Wyllin, Kirk Michael

    Kirk Michael

    A sandy and shingle stretch accessible from Glen Wyllin campsite.

    Add Glen Wyllin Beach to your Itinerary

  4. Address

    A4 Coast Road, Glen Mooar

    Glen Mooar

    Located in the West of the Island, lies Glen Mooar Beach. Away from towns and street lights, Glen Mooar offers the perfect opportunity to see wonderfully clear night sky views, from West to North and above land to the East.

    Add Glen Mooar Beach Car Park to your Itinerary

  5. Spooyt Vane Waterfall © Peter Killey
    Spooyt Vane Chapel © Peter Killey
    Spooyt Vane Waterfall © Peter Killey
    Spooyt Vane Chapel © Peter Killey

    Address

    Glen Mooar, Kirk Michael

    Kirk Michael

    Discover the Spooyt Vane waterfall, found in the depths of Glen Mooar which also contain the hidden histories of keeils and burial grounds from the early days of Mann.

    Add Glen Mooar and Spooyt Vane Waterfall to your Itinerary

less than 5 miles

  1. Address

    Tholt Y Will, Sulby, Isle Of Man, IM7 2BF

    Sulby

    Tholt-y-Will Glen is set in the upper reaches of Sulby Glen, one of the Island's most stunning and scenic areas.

    Add Tholt-y-Will Glen to your Itinerary

  2. Address

    St. Johns, IM4 3NP

    St. Johns

    The glen features gardens with rustic bridges and waterfalls through foliage. The main attraction is Rhenass Fall, a stream which makes its way down between two hills lined with boulders. 

    Add Glen Helen to your Itinerary

  3. Animal Experiences at the Wildlife Park
    Chilean Flamingos
    Penguin couple
    Animal Experiences at the Wildlife Park
    Chilean Flamingos
    Penguin couple

    Address

    Main Road, Ballaugh, IM7 5EA

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 897323

    Ballaugh

    Curraghs Wildlife Park is the perfect place for a fun-filled family day out; there’s so much to see and do – you won’t know where to start! There are over 350 of the world’s animals to discover set over 40 acres of beautiful, natural scenery.

    Add Curraghs Wildlife Park to your Itinerary

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  4. Address

    Tholt y Will, Sulby, IM7 2BF

    Sulby

    The Island's largest and deepest reservoir lies in the shadow of Snaefell, the Island’s highest peak and offers a great trout fishing adventure. A large upland reservoir set in rugged moorland scenery in the centre of the Island.

    Add Sulby Reservoir to your Itinerary

  5. Address

    Ballaterson Fields, Ballaugh, IM7 5AN

    Ballaugh

    Ballaugh is home to Sitka Spruce and Japanese Larch. It has two large amenity ponds which were created in the lower part of the forest.

    Add Ballaugh Plantation to your Itinerary

  6. Address

    Off the Bollyn Road, Ballaugh

    Ballaugh

    This sand and shale beach is located on the exposed North West of the island. This beach is a perfect Dark Sky Discovery Spot for stargazing.

    Add Ballaugh Beach to your Itinerary

  7. Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey
    Sunset at Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey
    War Graves at Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey
    Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey
    Sunset at Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey
    War Graves at Jurby Church  ©  Peter Killey

    Address

    Church Rd, Jurby West, IM7 3AY

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 898003

    Jurby West

    The landmark Jurby Church was built on an ancient site dating back thousands of years. A burial mound in the churchyard and the Manx Crosses in the porch illustrate the site's rich Viking heritage.

    Add Jurby Church to your Itinerary

  8. Fishing an upland stretch of the Sulby River
    Fishing in the Sulby Claddaghs area
    A pool on the upper Sulby
    Fishing an upland stretch of the Sulby River
    Fishing in the Sulby Claddaghs area
    A pool on the upper Sulby

    Address

    Telephone

    01624 685857

    This beautiful waterway has a reputation as one of the Isle of Man's best salmon and sea trout rivers. Many anglers base their fishing around the Sulby Claddaghs Recreational Area.

    Add Sulby River to your Itinerary

more than 5 miles

  1. Inside the Mines
    Watching the Wheel
    Inside the Mines
    Watching the Wheel

    Address

    Wheel Hill, Laxey, IM4 7NL

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 861136

    Laxey

    This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world.

    Add Great Laxey Wheel and Mine Trail to your Itinerary

  2. Address

    Beach Road, Baldrine

    Baldrine

    Garwick Beach, located in the valley of Baldrine, can be found at the foot of Garwick Glen, one of the most picturesque Glens on Island.

    Add Garwick Beach to your Itinerary

  3. Snaefell Summit
    Summit Dining on Snaefell
    Snaefell Summit
    Summit Dining on Snaefell

    Address

    Laxey Station, Laxey, IM4 7NY

    Telephone

    01624 662525

    Laxey

    Join Snaefell Mountain Railway from Laxey for travel to Snaefell summit. Winding its way up 2,000 feet to the top of Snaefell on a clear day it is said you can see seven kingdoms, unless of course the legendary Manannan cloaks you in mist.

    Add Snaefell Mountain Railway to your Itinerary

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  4. Group walking tour at Cregneash
    Manx thatched cottage
    Children wearing the Bee Explorer Bags at Cregneash
    Traditional farming practices
    Group walking tour at Cregneash
    Manx thatched cottage
    Children wearing the Bee Explorer Bags at Cregneash
    Traditional farming practices

    Address

    Howe Road, Cregneash, IM9 5PX

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 834993

    Cregneash

    Settled on an upland plateau overlooking the Calf of Man, Cregneash village was one of the last strongholds of the Manx language and customs which characterised the crofting way of life.

    Add Cregneash to your Itinerary

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 261 reviews261 reviews
  5. Address

    Begoade Road, Onchan, IM4 6AX

    Onchan

    Conrhenny is a growing venue for community involvement, with a 5 hectare Children's Wood located in the heart of the forest comprising of more than 5,000 native trees.

    Add Conrhenny Community Woodland to your Itinerary

  6. The Viking Gallery
    Manx Museum Facade
    The Viking Gallery
    Manx Museum Facade

    Address

    Kingswood Grove, Douglas, IM1 3LY

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 648000

    Douglas

    From the wonders of our natural world to road racing legends, begin your journey through the Island’s vibrant history and its unique national collections.

    Add Manx Museum to your Itinerary

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 1002 reviews1002 reviews
  7. Address

    Off A15, Cornaa, Maughold

    Cornaa

    Ballaglass Glen can be found north of Laxey. Carpeted in blue bells in spring and sparkling streams which dance over rocks sculptured over millions of years.

    Add Ballaglass Glen to your Itinerary

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