Maughold Marvels

Type:Walking Route

Maughold Marvels

About

Maughold, Port Mooar and Port e Vullen

Grading: Moderate
Distance: 7.24 km / 4.5 miles

Start & Finish: Port Lewaigue Car Park

This outstanding coastal walk in the north of the Island provides spectacular views whilst walking along a section of the Raad ny Foillan. Maughold Brooghs is an excellent area for observing marine and birdlife and in the summer, wildflowers abound including bluebells and orchids. Be sure to visit the Island's largest collection of carved Celtic and Viking Crosses in the grounds of St Maughold's Church including one of the earliest examples of the Triskellion, the Manx three legs emblem. The walk follows on to a small bay and returns along very quiet country lanes through the charming village of Maughold, offering far-reaching views over rolling countryside.

Advice and Safety Information

Please note that access to the foreshore is restricted at high tide (access available from road to Port e Vullen). The first section is steep in places. Whilst walking along the footpaths please be farm aware, and keep your dog on a lead when near livestock.

Moderate - walks for people with country walking experience and a good level of fitness. The route will include some steep paths and open country. Walking boots and suitable clothing are essential.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Distance: 1-5 Miles
  • Grade: Moderate
Maughold

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the A2 from Douglas towards Ramsey taking the exit signposted Maughold.

Public Transport Directions

By Bus: Services 3, 3A, 3B and X3 connect Douglas to Ramsey. Services 16, 16A and 16B connects Ramsey to Maughold

By Rail: Take the Manx Electric Railway to Lewaigue or Belle Vue (request stop). Port Lewaigue is a short stroll down the hill

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