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  1. Add Ballaugh Beach Car Park to your Itinerary

    Ballaugh Beach Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Ballaugh Beach is a perfect Dark Sky Discovery Spot for stargazing. The area has Milky Way status as a Dark Sky site, meaning it has minimal light pollution and beautifully dark skies. As well as the stars above you, you may also get the chance to…

  2. Add Bishopscourt Glen to your Itinerary

    Bishopscourt Glen

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    Glen

    The Picturesque glen, located just north of Kirk Michael, was formerly part of the private garden belonging to the Bishops of Sodor and Man, whom resided at Bishop’s Court, opposite the Glen’s entrance. Enriched in history, locals and tourists alike…

  3. Add Curraghs Wildlife Park to your Itinerary

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    Curraghs Wildlife Park

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    Animal Attraction

    Ballaugh

    Curraghs Wildlife Park is the perfect place for a fun-filled family day out; there’s so much to see and do – you won’t know where to start! There are over 350 of the world’s animals to discover set over 40 acres of beautiful, natural scenery. Start…

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  1. Add Glen Mooar Beach Car Park to your Itinerary

    Glen Mooar Beach Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Located in the West of the Island, lies Glen Mooar Beach. Away from towns and street lights, Glen Mooar offers the perfect opportunity to see wonderfully clear night sky views, from West to North and above land to the East.

  2. Add Glen Wyllin to your Itinerary

    Glen Wyllin

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    Glen

    Kirk Michael

    Just south of Kirk Michael is Glen Wyllin, a secluded wooded valley that comprises an extensive campsite that leads down to a picturesque beach where you can enjoy the sunset.

  3. Add Glen Wyllin Car Park to your Itinerary

    Glen Wyllin Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Enjoy uninterrupted horizon views from the North East to South West, whilst stargazing at Glen Wyllin Car Park. The locations dark site setting means it benefits from dark skies as a result of minimal light pollution. Make sure to visit the site and…

  4. Add Isle of Man Motor Museum to your Itinerary

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    Isle of Man Motor Museum

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    Museum

    Jurby

    Explore the amazing stories behind a collection of hundreds of unique vehicles from around the world, including classic cars and motor vehicles and rarely seen private motorcycles. 

  5. Add Jurby Church to your Itinerary

    Jurby Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Isle Of Man

    The landmark Jurby Church was built on an ancient site dating back thousands of years. A burial mound in the churchyard and the Manx Crosses in the porch illustrate the site's rich Viking heritage, and War Graves remember those who died from RAF…

  6. Add Kirk Michael Beach to your Itinerary

    Kirk Michael Beach

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    Beach

    Kirk Michael

    Along the North-East coast of the Isle of Man lies Kirk Michael beach, a favourite among locals for watersports and dog walking. The long stretch of sandy beach is accessible by ramp and offers stunning views of the coast and nearby rugged cliffs.

  7. 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.

  8. Add Spooyt Vane to your Itinerary

    Spooyt Vane

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    Natural Feature

    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 Sulby Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Sulby Reservoir

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    Lake / Reservoir

    The Island's largest and deepest reservoir lies in the shadow of Snaefell, the Island’s highest peak and offers a great trout fishing adventure. A large upland reservoir set in rugged moorland scenery in the centre of the Island. Fly and spin…

  10. Add Sulby Reservoir Car Park to your Itinerary

    Sulby Reservoir Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Nestled in the shadows of the Islands highest summit, Snaefell, lies the Sulby reservoir, the largest reservoir in the Isle of Man. Sulby reservoir is the perfect spot for budding stargazers, with the vast open space and near to none light…

  11. Add Sulby River to your Itinerary

    Sulby River

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    River

    This beautiful waterway has a reputation as one of the Isle of Man's best salmon and sea trout rivers. Many anglers base their fishing around the Sulby Claddaghs Recreational Area. Fish for brown trout, salmon and sea trout between 1st April and…

  12. Add Tholt-y-Will Glen to your Itinerary

    Tholt-y-Will Glen

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    Glen

    Isle Of Man

    Tholt-y-Will Glen is set in the upper reaches of Sulby Glen, one of the Island's most stunning and scenic areas. It is also a registered Dark Skies Site with an Interpretation Board available to ensure that visitors can enjoy the stunning…

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  1. Add Centre for WW1 Internment at Knockaloe to your Itinerary

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    Centre for WW1 Internment at Knockaloe

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Patrick Village, Isle of Man

    The Centre for WW1 Internment tells the story of the Knockaloe Internment Camp, its guards and staff and over 30,000 German, Austor-Hungarian and Turkish civilian men who were held as internees behind its barbed wire between 1914 and 1919.

  2. Add Colby Glen to your Itinerary

    Colby Glen

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    Glen

    Colby

    Colby is in the south of the island, it is a mountain Glen. Very small with the Colby river running through it. The glen is managed by the Forestry Amenity and Lands Directorate of the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.

  3. Add Dragon's Castle to your Itinerary

    Dragon's Castle

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    Children's Play Area

    Douglas

    Duffy and Waldo invite your little explorers to jump, climb, slide and swing at Dragons Castle 'Pop in and Play' sessions. All tickets priced at £4.50 per child for a 2-hour play session and includes unlimited squash.

  4. Add Glen Helen to your Itinerary

    Glen Helen

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    Glen

    St. Johns

    Formerly known as Glen Rhenass, the glen features gardens with rustic bridges and waterfalls through foliage. The main attraction of the glen is Rhenass Fall, a stream which makes its way down between two hills lined with boulders. 

  5. Add Glen Maye to your Itinerary

    Glen Maye

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    Glen

    A spectacular bridged gorge and waterfall dominate this glen, which is located three miles south of Peel.

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