The World’s largest working waterwheel, the Great Laxey Wheel

The World’s largest working waterwheel, the Great Laxey Wheel

Tower of Refuge, built as a refuge for survivors from shipwrecks

Tower of Refuge, built as a refuge for survivors from shipwrecks

Explore the South with a trip up Bradda head

Explore the South with a trip up Bradda head

Landmarks

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  1. Add Calf of Man to your Itinerary

    Calf of Man

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    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, with it being home to a number of species...

  2. Add Corrin's Tower to your Itinerary

    Corrin's Tower

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    Historic Site

    Peel

    Corrin's Tower, also known as Corrin's Folly, stands on the top of Peel Hill overlooking the town of Peel and out across the Irish Sea as a monument to Thomas Corrin's beloved family.

  3. Add Great Union Camera Obscura to your Itinerary

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    Great Union Camera Obscura

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    Douglas

    This Victorian curiosity has entertained visitors for hundreds of years – offering a unique way to see the surrounding area and an opportunity to spy on fellow tourists!

  4. Add The Sound to your Itinerary

    The Sound

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    Viewpoint

    At the Island's very southern tip is one of the most scenic places in the British Isles. Abundant with wildlife and natural wonders, this area is a hotspot for seals sunbathing on the rocky Kitterland, a small rocky islet.

  5. Add Tynwald Hill to your Itinerary

    Tynwald Hill

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    Isle Of Man

    This four-tiered hill is one of the Island’s most distinctive landmarks and a signal of the Isle of Man’s independence as a self-governing crown dependency.

  6. Add Bradda Glen and Milner's Tower to your Itinerary

    Bradda Glen and Milner's Tower

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    Viewpoint

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

  7. Add Great Laxey Wheel and Mine Trail to your Itinerary

    Great Laxey Wheel and Mine Trail

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    Historic Site

    Laxey

    This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world.

  8. Add Spooyt Vane to your Itinerary

    Spooyt Vane

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    Kirk Michael

    Discover the Spooyt Vane waterfall, found in the depths of Glen Mooar which also contain the hidden histories of keeils and burial grounds from the early days of Mann.

  9. Add Snaefell Mountain to your Itinerary

    Snaefell Mountain

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    Landmark

    Snaefell is the highest mountain and the only summitt higher than 2,000 feet on the Isle of Man at 2,034 feet above sea level. Plan your trip to the top of Snaefell with the Snaefell Mountain Railway. Opening times, map, prices and what's nearby.

  10. Add Tower of Refuge to your Itinerary

    Tower of Refuge

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    Douglas

    The Tower of Refuge, also known as St. Mary’s Isle, is a small structure erected upon a partially submerged reef, originally for the purpose of offering shelter to shipwreck victims until help could arrive.

  11. Add St Luke's Church & Old Tynwald to your Itinerary

    St Luke's Church & Old Tynwald

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    Historic Site

    Baldwin

    Full of legends and heritage, St Luke's Church and the site of Old Tynwald can be found in the centre of the Manx countryside in the Baldwin Valley, one of the most perfect settings on the island.