With beautiful countryside, rugged rocky coastlines and fine sandy beaches, the Isle of Man’s varied terrain and mild climate make an ideal destination for lovers of the great outdoors.
The Isle of Man is home to lots of campsites in idyllic locations that offer uninterrupted views of the rolling hills. Whether you fancy a site with amenities or a good old fashioned night under the stars, there are plenty of spots for you to choose from. With campsites in, or in close proximity to, beaches, glens and farms, it is the perfect place to rest your head and enjoy the Island’s beautiful landscape.
If you love the outdoors but cherish a few creature comforts, you could always try glamping. A riverside yurt in Union Mills could be the perfect retreat for you. At the Island’s first eco-campsite, you’ll find a small group of yurts that boast solar powered electricity, stove heating and even a hot tub!
Alternatively, Glenlough Campsite offers snug wooden camping pods for you to relax in comfort and at Knockaloe Beg Farm, you’ll find luxury Wigwams. Surprisingly spacious, these glamping retreats are becoming hugely popular for those who want to enjoy the Manx countryside in style.
If you own a campervan or motorhome, why not bring it with you? The Isle of Man’s year-round ferry service makes it easy to bring your campervan or motorhome to the Island. With all your supplies loaded up you can head to one of the motorhome friendly campsites for a trip to remember.
If you’re planning your trip so that it coincides with the Isle of Man TT Races, we highly recommend booking your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. With thousands of visitors flocking to the Island annually during the TT fortnight, it can be hard to find an available spot to pitch your tent or park your motorhome.