Even a fleeting visit to the Isle of Man can be packed full of adventure. If you’re only here for a short break, let us help you to plan your trip.
For inspiration on where to stay, check out our accommodation guide
to pinpoint the dates of your visit and the available options. From a cosy cottage to a five-star retreat, you can fall into a deep and peaceful slumber in any of our recommended properties.
No matter which part of the Island you choose to visit, you’ll find plenty of places for eating out
- whether it’s fish and chips along the seaside in Port Erin or fine-dining in the Island’s capital, Douglas. Our Taste guide
will give you a flavour of the types of restaurants, cafés and bars to choose from.
Although it may be small, the Isle of Man has plenty of activities
, beaches, glens and other scenic attractions to be explored. With its rich and colourful heritage, there are many interesting attractions
to pay a visit to.
If the weather is warm, an afternoon on the beach is a popular family activity. And if you choose Peel Beach
, you’ll also get to see an impressive ancient fortress overlooking the sea, Peel Castle
. If you climb to the top of the Gatehouse Tower you can enjoy panoramic views of Peel and beyond.
Another attraction not to be missed is the Great Laxey Wheel
- the world’s largest working waterwheel. Standing at over 72 feet high the wheel has been one of the Isle of Man’s most popular tourist attractions for well over 150 years.