Come to an Island of rediscovery where the ever-changing landscapes are just waiting to be explored. During your visit to the Isle of Man you can get acquainted with the fresh sea air and idyllic Manx countryside.
Situated between the coastlines of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, you’ll find the Isle of Man. It’s a place full of colour, contrasts and character within easy reach of the rest of the British Isles.
Offering an action packed break, a relaxing place to unwind or a sight-seeing adventure, the Island has a wealth of things to see and do for visitors both young and young at heart.
Renowned for its natural beauty with over 40 per cent of the Isle of Man unpopulated and uncultivated, the Island is a place of natural beauty with a dramatic coastline and charming countryside.
It is the only entire jurisdiction in the world to be awarded status as a UNESCO Biosphere due to the way in which the Island’s population exists alongside a plethora of diverse natural habitats. A visit to the Isle of Man will reward you with magnificent wildlife, thriving plantations and beautiful beaches.
During your stay, take the time to explore the Isle of Man’s charismatic towns and villages to discover a wide range of things to see and do. Douglas, the Island’s capital, is a great place to start your journey as it is the hub for entertainment, great places for food and drink and the main shopping area.
Here you’ll also find the starting point for the Manx Electric Railway and Victorian Steam Railway which lead north and south respectively. The Story of Mann trail also starts in Douglas and will guide you to a variety of heritage attractions around the Island.
Also in Douglas is the main visitor information point, located in the Welcome Centre at the Sea Terminal. Here you’ll receive expert help and guidance on the Island’s many attractions, places to visit and activities to enjoy.