Peel Harbour, the most active fishing port on the Island

Peel Harbour, the most active fishing port on the Island

Dining all the family will enjoy

Dining all the family will enjoy

Local shops in the seaside town Peel

Local shops in the seaside town Peel

Try some Manx Ice Cream on Peel Promenade

Try some Manx Ice Cream on Peel Promenade

Tearoom in the heart of Peel

Tearoom in the heart of Peel

Peel and the West

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  1. Add ManxSPCA to your Itinerary

    ManxSPCA

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    Animal Attraction

    Eairy, East Foxdale

    The Manx Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ManxSPCA) is an animal charity that rescues and cares for many domestic and wild animals across the Island in their dedicated centre in the heart of the Manx countryside.

  2. Add Niarbyl Marine Viewing Site to your Itinerary

    Niarbyl Marine Viewing Site

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    Viewpoint

    The Marine Viewing Site present at Niarbyl Bay, Dalby, provides visitors and residents alike the perfect opportunity to catch sight of some of the marine wildlife present within the Manx waters. Take time to read one of the many information boards…

  3. Add Tynwald Mills Overflow Car Park to your Itinerary

    Tynwald Mills Overflow Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Nestled in the rural area of St Johns lies Tynwald Mills, the only department store on Island. Lined by trees and large flat open areas, Tynwald Mills offers the perfect spot for budding stargazers to catch sight of some amazing astronomical views.

  4. Add Niarbyl Bay to your Itinerary

    Niarbyl Bay

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    Beach

    Dalby

    Niarbyl is a secluded beauty spot just south of Dalby Village on the Island’s west coast and of great geological interest. Discover the peaceful bay with its rolling hills, thatched cottages and dramatic coastal paths leading to White Beach.

  5. 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. 

  6. Add Cathedral Isle of Man to your Itinerary

    Cathedral Isle of Man

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    Cathedral / Minister

    Peel

    Visit Cathedral Isle of Man in Peel to discover the history of the Isle of Man through the mediums of religion, art and culture, or stop to have a quiet moment of contemplation in the beautiful Cathedral Gardens.

  7. 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.

  8. Add Peel Castle to your Itinerary

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    Peel Castle

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    Castle / Fort

    Peel

    Visit Peel Castle, the ancient Vikings’ home and don't miss panoramic views over Peel, seal and basking shark spotting.

  9. Add Culture Vannin Tynwald & Cultural Exhibition Centre to your Itinerary

    Culture Vannin Tynwald & Cultural Exhibition Centre

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    St John's

    The Island’s cultural and Tynwald exhibition centre is a great way for all ages to find out about just what makes the Isle of Man Manx. In the centre, you can find out 'thing sites' like Tynwald around the world, look at old photos of St John's,…

  10. Add Coastal Footpath behind Peel Castle to your Itinerary

    Coastal Footpath behind Peel Castle

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    Dark Sky Site

    Follow the coastal path around Peel Castle to enjoy the panoramic views looking out to sea. With minimal light pollution, it’s a perfect place to admire the stars over the North West and South.  

  11. Add Tynwald National Park & Arboretum to your Itinerary

    Tynwald National Park & Arboretum

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    National Park

    St Johns

    Situated in St Johns the Tynwald National Park and Arboretum is set in more than 25 acres of picturesque countryside.

  12. Add Tynwald Hill to your Itinerary

    Tynwald Hill

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    Landmark

    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.

  13. Add Fenella Beach to your Itinerary

    Fenella Beach

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    Beach

    Peel

    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. 

  14. 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…

  15. Add South Barrule Forest to your Itinerary

    South Barrule Forest

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    Forest

    Foxdale

    South Barrule Forest is one of the Island's most popular woodlands for outdoor adventure and is a convenient gateway to neighbouring forests and hill land. Popular with walkers, horse riders and families, the forest also features a number of purpose…

  16. Add Peel Beach to your Itinerary

    Peel Beach

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    Beach

    Peel

    Peel Beach is situated on the Island's west coast. It has a golden, gently sloping, sandy beach set in a beautiful bay, bounded by Peel Castle and the Peel Harbour on one side and red sandstone cliffs on the other.

  17. 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.

  18. Add River Neb to your Itinerary

    River Neb

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    River

    The Neb flows from Little London, through the beautiful Glen Helen, bisecting roadside fields towards St Johns, then joining the Foxdale River before flowing onwards to meet the sea in Peel Harbour. The river holds substantial numbers of brown…

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  19. Add Niarbyl Restaurant Car Park to your Itinerary

    Niarbyl Restaurant Car Park

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    Dark Sky Site

    Located on the southwest coast of the Island lies Niarbyl, a picturesque bay offering spectacular sea views. With minimal light pollution, stargazers can enjoy uninterrupted horizon views from the south to north.

  20. Add Leece Museum to your Itinerary

    Leece Museum

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    Museum

    Peel

    The Leece Museum is devoted to objects, photographs and documents specifically relating to Peel in the Isle of Man.

    Our archive of unique documents and photographs is of particular interest to those who are researching family history, as well as…