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Overlooked by the ancient fortress of Peel Castle, lies Fenella Beach, a small sheltered cove. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the beautifully sandy bay offers picturesque views with the ancient fortress acting as a dramatic backdrop.
Only two and a half miles south of Douglas is the Groudle Glen. It is of a deep, and in places rocky nature, with a lively bubbling stream running through its length.
Discover the tranquil beauty of Bradda Glen offering spectacular and panoramic views over the beautiful Port Erin Bay and the Calf of Man.
Dhoon Glen, known for its natural and rugged beauty, is a small, wooden glen 5 miles south of Ramsey.
The glen is not to be missed by keen photographers, with its splendid waterfalls and streams offering the perfect picturesque photos.
Port St Mary
The Calf of Man, found off the southern-most tip of the Isle of Man, spans just one and a half miles long, with the width being no longer than one mile.
The island, now owned by the Manx National Heritage, provides the ideal destination for...
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...
Situated in St Johns the Tynwald National Park and Arboretum is set in more than 25 acres of picturesque countryside.
Ballaglass Glen is a pretty Manx Glen, north of Laxey which is a favourite for artists and photographers. Carpeted in blue bells in spring and sparkling streams which dance over rocks sculptured over millions of years. Look out for the wooden...
Garwick Beach, located in the valley of Baldrine, can be found at the foot of Garwick Glen, one of the most picturesque Glens on Island. The River Gawne can be found winding through Garwick Glen, before dropping down to the bay and emerging at the...
Meayll Circle stands near to the summit of Meayll Hill overlooking the south of the Island and provides evidence of occupation from Neolithic to Medieval times.
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The Sound Visitor Centre in Port St Mary is one of the most picturesque points in the south of the Island and contains a wealth of information about the history of the area including the Calf of Man which is an Island directly opposite.
Cashtal yn Ard, or the Castle of the Heights, is a well preserved chambered tomb situated on raised land overlooking the parish of Maughold.
Heritage / Visitor Centre
The Ayres is an important stretch of low-lying sand dune coastline, great for walking and bird watching. The Visitor Centre sits within the sand dunes, an area which stretches 8 kilometres from Cronk-y-Bing to the Point of Ayre.
The Ayres is also a...
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...
Laxey Glen, a favourite among tourists and locals alike, is a popular spot for families of all ages with its playground and grassed paddocks. The glens appearance, rich in mature exotic trees and natural woodland, differs significantly from the 1800...
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.