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less than 2 miles

  1. Group walking tour at Cregneash
    Manx thatched cottage
    Children wearing the Bee Explorer Bags at Cregneash
    Traditional farming practices
    A group of visitors walking through the village at the traditional Hop tu Naa event
    A view from the Chasms road of the whole village
    Two thatched cottages at night showing a star lit sky
    Dark Sky Discovery Site logo
    Group walking tour at Cregneash
    Manx thatched cottage
    Children wearing the Bee Explorer Bags at Cregneash
    Traditional farming practices
    A group of visitors walking through the village at the traditional Hop tu Naa event
    A view from the Chasms road of the whole village
    Two thatched cottages at night showing a star lit sky
    Dark Sky Discovery Site logo

    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.

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 270 reviews270 reviews
  2. WWII Chain Home Low RDF station
    WWII Chain Home Low RDF station

    Address

    Mull Road, Cregneash

    Cregneash

    Meayll Hill features a magnificent Neolithic chambered tomb as well as some more modern remains – that of a World War II radar station.

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  3. Address

    The Sound, Port St Mary

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 648015

    Port St Mary

    Located amidst spectacular scenery half a mile off the southern tip of the Isle of Man, the Calf of Man is a small island extending to approximately 600 acres. An ideal destination for birdwatchers to visit.

    Add Calf of Man to your Itinerary

  4. Foraging Vinters Craft Wine Isle of Man logo
    Foraging Vinters Craft Wine Isle of Man logo

    Address

    Breakwater Road, Port Erin, ISLE OF MAN, Isle of Man, IM9 6JA

    ISLE OF MAN

    Using home-grown produce and eco-friendly methods to make their own sparkling wines, Foraging Vintner’s is a new craft winery offering wine tours and tastings for groups of between 4 to 25 people.  

    Add Foraging Vintners - Craft Winery to your Itinerary

less than 5 miles

  1. Address

    A36, Port Erin

    Port Erin

    The Sloc is a popular spot among local astronomers, with the site offering panoramic views over the South and North West.

    Add The Sloc Car Park to your Itinerary

  2. Address

    Bradda Glen, Port Erin, Isle of Man, IM9 6PJ

    Port Erin

    Discover the tranquil beauty of Bradda Glen offering spectacular and panoramic views over the beautiful Port Erin Bay and the Calf of Man.

    Add Bradda Glen and Milner's Tower to your Itinerary

  3. Address

    Gansey Bay Beach, Beach Road, Gansey, Isle of Man, IM9 6LN

    Gansey

    A picturesque sandy beach with a gradual slope to the sea making it a perfect spot for water-sport enthusiasts and families.

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  4. Address

    A27 Colby Glen Road, Colby

    Colby

    Here there is plenty of wild beauty to enjoy, with waterfalls and the Colby River running through it.

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  5. Address

    The Promenade, Port St Mary

    Port St Mary

    Port St Mary Beach or Chapel Beach, as it is also known, is situated in the south-east of the Island and has a pretty, sandy, sheltered beach.

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  6. Address

    Shore Road, Port Erin

    Port Erin

    Picturesque Port Erin Beach is situated in the southwest of the Island. The beach sits in a sheltered bay bordered by the tall cliffs of Bradda Head to the north.

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  7. Address

    Station Road, Port Erin, IM9 6AE

    Port Erin

    A unique museum that will take you back in time to a period when train travel on the Isle of Man was a regular occurrence and not just a day out!

    Add Port Erin Railway Museum to your Itinerary

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 128 reviews128 reviews
  8. Balladoole Viking Ship Burial
    Balladoole Viking Ship Burial

    Address

    Bay Ny Carrickey, Balladoole

    Balladoole

    Balladoole, near to Castletown, is one of the most significant historic monument sites on the Isle of Man.

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more than 5 miles

  1. 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

  2. Sea Lion and visiting locomotive Polar Bear at Lhen Coan station
    Sea Lion and train climbing out of Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and coaches awaiting passengers at Sea Lion Rocks
    Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms & Visitor Centre
    Sea Lion and busy train at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and train descends the hill in Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion and visiting locomotive Polar Bear at Lhen Coan station
    Sea Lion and train climbing out of Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and coaches awaiting passengers at Sea Lion Rocks
    Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms & Visitor Centre
    Sea Lion and busy train at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and train descends the hill in Groudle Glen

    Address

    Groudle Glen, Onchan, Isle of Man

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 670453

    Situated in a small picturesque glen just north of Douglas is the Groudle Glen Railway, which runs through the glen to the Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms. Trains on this Victorian tourist attraction run on Wednesday evenings and all day on Sundays…

    Add Groudle Glen Railway to your Itinerary

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 150 reviews150 reviews
  3. Address

    Port Grenaugh

    Port Grenaugh

    Port Grenaugh Cove beach is situated on the South East Coast of the Island, between Port Soderick and Santon Head.

    Add Port Grenaugh Beach to your Itinerary

  4. Address

    Niarbyl Road, Dalby, IM5 2BS

    Dalby

    Niarbyl is a secluded beauty spot just south of Dalby Village on the Island’s west coast and of great geological interest. Discover the peaceful bay with its rolling hills and dramatic coastal paths leading to White Beach.

    Add Niarbyl Bay to your Itinerary

  5. 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

  6. Address

    St Ninians Road, Douglas, IM2 4BE

    Telephone

    +44 (0)1624 696330

    Douglas

    Noble's Park is a beautiful, well maintained park, located in upper Douglas.

    Add Nobles Park to your Itinerary

  7. 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

  8. Waiting at the Valley Gardens Station
    Ant and Bee ready to go.
    About to enter the only Tunnel on the Isle of Man
    Steam and Electric
    Hop Tu Naa Ghost Trains October each year
    Christmas Trains, last weekend of November
    Location, location, location!
    Waiting at the Valley Gardens Station
    Ant and Bee ready to go.
    About to enter the only Tunnel on the Isle of Man
    Steam and Electric
    Hop Tu Naa Ghost Trains October each year
    Christmas Trains, last weekend of November
    Location, location, location!

    Address

    The Washing Floors, Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7NH

    Telephone

    +441624862007

    Laxey

    Located in the village of Laxey, this restored railway runs from the old washing floors to the entrance of the Great Laxey Mine and once carried lead and zinc ore but now carries passengers!

    Add The Great Laxey Mine Railway to your Itinerary

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    Tripadvisor Traveller Rating - 52 reviews52 reviews
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