Visit the Isle of Man
Explore the Fantastic Isle of Man
The Isle of Man will certainly draw you in with its combination of breathtaking scenery, unspoilt beaches and a relaxed pace of life. By plane or boat, it’s within easy reach of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
With thousands of visitors going ti the island each year its easy to see why The Isle of Man is known as an unforgettable holiday and short break destination.The Isle of Man’s sense of place, history and identity remains as strong as ever. Uncover our unique heritage by following in Keith’s footsteps, taking in some of the Island’s arts, folklore and cuisine along the way.
The Isle of Man has a wide range of coastal activities on offer to suit all ages and abilities. Whether your main focus is diving or basking sharks there is something for everyone. Fairs, festivals and shows, many of which are celebrations of the Island’s unique heritage and culture, cater for all ages and interests – sport, art, music, theatre, history and many other subjects and activities.
Some Tourist Information Sites for The Isle of Man:
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