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5 Minutes by car

The coastal town of Peel is dominated by the fabulous 11th Century Peel Castle located on St Patricks Isle. Peel is a lovely traditional Manx town with narrow streets, shops, restaurants, fascinating harbour, large sandy beach and award winning museum ‘The House of Manannan’. Book a fishing trip or take a trip to see the Basking sharks, the worlds second largest living fish after the whale, but totally harmless as they feed on plankton.

St Johns

10 Minutes by car

Tynwald Hill at St John’s is the traditional ancient meeting place of the Manx parliamentary assembly, dating back at least to the late first millennium AD. Just behind the hill you will find Tynwald Mills designer shopping centre, clothing, furniture, homeware, local crafts, gourmet food produce, beauty products, jewellery, toys and lovely cafes.

Niarbyl Visitor Centre

5 Minutes by car

Situated on the coastal footpath from Glen Maye, Niarbyl is set on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the Isle of Man. In Manx, the name ‘Niarbyl’ means ‘the tail’, and refers to Niarbyl’s unique tail of rocks jutting out into the Irish Sea. Enjoy the views from the Niarbyl cafe and restaurant. Discover quaint thatched cottages at the seashore. Follow the coastal footpath to discover an 8th Century Chapel and the secluded beaches beyond.