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Occupying a prime position in the middle of the Irish Sea, between the coast of Northern Ireland and Southern Scotland, the Isle of Man enjoys gentle summers and mild winters. Thirteen miles wide by 33 miles long, more than 40% is uninhabited. With 18 tranquil glens across the Island and some of the most picturesque coastal scenery in the British Isles, it really is a magical gem just waiting to be explored.

The Island enjoys a variety of coastal terrain. With a coastline spanning 100 miles, it combines long, golden sandy beaches with rocky cliffs, waterfalls, secluded caves and sheltered bays. Visit our ‘Natural Wonders of the Isle of Man’ page to find out more about how you can explore the landscape of our beautiful Island.

The Island has one mountain, Snaefell, and a number of smaller peaks and plantations. Standing at more than 2,000 feet above sea level, you can climb to the top and discover Seven Kingdoms in one day – England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man, heaven and the sea! If you prefer the more relaxed approach, take the Snaefell Mountain Railway to the summit or enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner up there one evening.

There is one small landmass lying off the South coast, the Calf of Man, which can be reached by boat or kayak and is home to a huge array of birds and marine life including basking sharks, seals and dolphins. On the West coast, Peel Castle lies on St Patrick’s Isle. Its most northerly tip, the Point of Ayre, is home to the Ayres Nature Reserve where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery or watch some of its residents at home in their natural environment.

There are seven major towns and villages – the capital, Douglas, and Laxey in the East, Ramsey in the North, Peel in the West, and Port Erin, Port St Mary and Castletown in the South.

The Island’s temperate climate and mixed terrain make it a mecca for fun seekers, those looking for an adventure and the culture vultures. Ideal for watersports, motorsports, walking, off-road trail riding, mountain biking and cycling, nature watching and even Dark Skies enthusiasts, book your ticket now!