Pay a visit to the aptly named “Sunset City” where you’ll be awarded with stunning views of the sun setting, a glimpse of the Mountains of Mourne, and some of the best ice cream in the Isle of Man! Located on the west coast, Peel is a thriving Manx fishing port with a marine heritage that spans hundreds of years.
Seafood takes pride of place on the menus of many of Peel’s restaurants. In fact, Peel has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the best places to eat out on the Isle of Man. A number of quality pubs and restaurants line the quayside offering some of the finest flavours available anywhere.
Visit Peel for the day and enjoy the city’s attractions, including Peel Castle and the House of Manannan. No foodie trip is complete without visiting and tasting delicious Moore’s Manx Kippers before heading for local ice cream on the sea front.
The stunning cliffs and landscapes of the West of the Island hide many places to eat. Try the oldest pub on the Island, The Mitre, in Kirk Michael.
Head south from Peel along the coast and you will find Niarbyl, with a sea front view famous for its appearance in the classic film, Waking Ned. Niarbyl is also famous for the quality of its lobster and there’s a café and visitor centre as well.
Peel and the West of the Island have embraced the idea of making the very best of locally sourced produce. Visit one of the many fantastic cafés along this magical stretch of coast or watch the sun set on Peel beach before heading to one of the city’s superb restaurants. Don’t forget to look for the Taste logo for a quality assured meal.