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Why Visit the Isle of Man

Stunning beaches, mountains, rugged coastlines and eighteen national glens which are perfect for walking, cycling and exploring during your holiday. The island is incredibly dog-friendly too.

UNESCO marked the Isle of Man as one of the most beautiful spots in Britain to enjoy nature, awarding it a Biosphere Reserve status.

Delicious, locally produced cuisine to whet your appetite including Manx cheeses, Queenies, Loaghtan lamb, smoked kippers, organic meats, the famous “chips, cheese and gravy” and freshly battered fish and chips.

Locally produced ales such as Hooded Ram, Busheys and Okells. There is also a new Manx “Fynoderee “ gin and a Manx Spirit single malt whiskey.

Fantastic range of outdoor pursuits including kayaking, coasteering, gorge walking, abseiling, horse riding, mountain biking, cycling, dark skies star gazing, fishing, ghost tours, geocaching, Ape Man tree climbing and plenty more.

Choice of eight beautiful, mature golf courses across the island with picturesque, mountain or coastal views.

Be spoilt for choice on where to stay during your holiday to the Isle of Man: self-catering cottages set in beautiful glens and rugged coastlines, welcoming family-run guest houses in pretty villages, stylish 5 * B&Bs tucked away and premium hotels set in the heart of Douglas. Explore where to stay in the isle of Man

Step back in time with plenty of museums to visit including Castle Rushen, Old House of Keys, Rushen Abbey, Peel Castle, House of Manannan, Milntown Estate, Grove Museum, Leece museum, Cregneash national folk museum, Manx Museum and Isle of Man Motor Museum.

Heritage railways to explore including the Manx Electric Railway, Snaefell Mountian railway, Great Laxey mine railway and Isle of Man steam railway with a choice of delicious dining car events.

The island is steeped with over 10,000 years of history and tradition, with the World’s oldest parliament in continuous existence “Tynwald” which traces back to the Vikings and Norse that colonised the island.  You can see ruins of early settlers, burial grounds of Viking kings, early Christian Celtic crosses and medieval fortresses during your holiday to the Isle of Man.