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The North

The North

This one day itinerary includes some of the Island's loveliest northern attractions, activities and eateries to inspire all age ranges!

The North 

Stop 1 - Point of Ayre

The stunning Point of Ayre is an important stretch of low-lying sand dune coastline - perfect for walking and bird watching. Home to a dedicated Visitor Centre and a number of nature trails, which include a route leading from the shingle beach, winding through the marram dunes and onto the expanse of heath with its extensive lichen flora...

The beach provides a great walk too, with plenty of birds to watch including diving gannets and you might even spot an occasional seal if lucky enough! If you fancy a post-walk pick-me-up, the Point Caff is probably the most northerly point of the Island that you'll find a freshly made cup of tea or coffee!

The Ayres is also ideally placed to see the magnificent sight of the Northern Lights if you fancied making this your final stop.

Stop 2 - Mooragh Park and Lakes 

Mooragh Park has something for every age, including a 12 acre boating lake which hosts a wide range of watersport activities throughout the year...try your hand at canoeing, kayaking or sailing – you can hire the boats and go it alone or sign up for a session led by an experienced instructor from the Venture Centre.

If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land you’ll find tennis courts, a bowling green, BMX track and a crazy golf course as well as a children's playground and special water play area.

Mooragh Park also has excellent picnic facilities as well the newly opened Conrods Pizzeria if you fancied a pit stop. 

Stop 3 - Milntown Estate & Gardens 

The Milntown Estate comprises of a historical house, a bright and airy conservatory café offering breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas and 15 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands. Host to a number of all-year round events, including the Hop-Tu-Naa Scarefest, a Christmas open-air market, Ghost Tours and Treasure Hunts - there really is something for everyone to enjoy!

Stop 4 - Ramsey High Street 

Known for its small independent boutiques and novelty gift shops including Sweet Ginger Emporium - a treasure trove of quirky fabrics and charming crafty goods, to Shakti Mann, offering fairtrade and eco-friendly clothing and homewares. You'll also find a selection of womenswear stores, a book shop, charity shops and antiques finds. 

Final Stop - tea and dinner pit stops

There are plenty of food choices on offer in the North for all to enjoy. From pub grub, including The Swan and The Royal George to independent coffee shops including Gopher's, to fine dining such as the Lake View Resturant at the Ramsey Park Hotel. 

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  1. Ayres Visitor Centre

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    The Ayres is an important stretch of low-lying sand dune coastline at the northern tip of the island, great for walking and bird watching.

  2. Mooragh Park

    Ramsey

    Mooragh Park in Ramsey is a popular attraction with excellent leisure facilities including a children's playground, boating lake, putting green, crazy golf and a bowling green. It is also a registered Dark Skies Site with an Interpretation Board to ensure that visitors enjoy the stunning stargazingโ€ฆ

  3. Ramsey High Street

    Situated between the famed TT spectator spot at Parliament Square and the quaint St Paul's Square, Ramsey high street is known for its small independent boutiques and novelty gift shops.

Itinerary Distances

FromToDistance * (metric)
Ayres Visitor Centre (54.4059,-4.41236)Mooragh Park (54.32989,-4.38629)7.77
Mooragh Park (54.32989,-4.38629)Ramsey High Street (54.32221,-4.38616)0.77
Total Distance *8.54 miles
Estimated Journey Time16 minutes

* Approximate distance by road

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