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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.
Isle of Man
Further south of Douglas is this extremely popular rendezvous for all the family with a childrens playground (including a unique Victorian water-powered roundabout), boating lake and cafe.
Niarbyl is a secluded beauty spot just south of Dalby Village on the Island’s west coast. Discover the peaceful bay with its rolling hills, thatched cottages and dramatic coastal paths leading to White Beach.
Children's Play Area
The Dragon’s Castle is perfect for your young explorers to have fun in a safe and friendly environment.
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There are 15 acres of gardens and woodlands in this historical setting for you to explore. Throughout the gardens there are many excellent specimens of rhododendrons, magnolias, camellias and many other species too, all of which produce a dazzling...
Just one minute away from Ramsey town centre the south beach at Ramsey is bordered on one side by the victorian Queen's Pier and on the other side by two stone piers.
Take a nostalgic journey alone the Douglas Promenade on the world's oldest horse drawn tramway.
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A wide range of exhibits relating the military and aviation history of the Isle of Man and people who served in the Armed Forces both on and off island. Exhibits include a Bandeirante aircraft, the story of the Manx Regiment, the stories and relics...
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The Curraghs Wildlife Park is set in the North of the Island on the TT route between the villages of Ballaugh and Sulby. It is home to around 350 exotic animals in a beautiful natural setting on a wetland of scientific interest. Ideal for visitors...
Distance: 4 km / 2.6 miles
A short and leisurely riverside walk for all ages, ideal for children to discover the joys of walking with play stops and family friendly attractions along the way. Beginning at Silverdale glen, walk...
Discover the tranquil beauty of Bradda Glen offering spectacular and panoramic views over the beautiful Port Erin Bay and the Calf of Man.
Heritage / Visitor Centre
The Visitor Centre contains information on the local surroundings, the environment in general and the work of Manx Wildlife Trust. You're sure to see outstanding coastal scenery, spectacular limestone and volcanic rock-formations, great spring...
A great opportunity to see information charting the conception of the railway right up until the modern day
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.
Situated in St Johns the Tynwald National Park and Arboretum is set in more than 25 acres of picturesque countryside.