Isle of Man
Hotels & What to See & Do on the Isle of Man
Tourist information about regions on the Isle of Man. You can also book short breaks and weekend breaks on the Isle of Man at the hotels in the areas
Located on the west coast, Peel is a thriving Manx fishing port with a marine heritage that spans hundreds of years.
Visit the ruins of Peel Castle located on St Patrick's Isle. The magnificent ruins dominate the landscape and visitors can tour the remains as part of the Story of Mann trail.
Also on the west coast of the Isle of Man is the village of St Johns which is home to the Tynwald Mills shopping centre.
A trip to the Isle of Man Hotel wouldn't be complete without a visit to the South, with its beautiful beaches, historical attractions and energetic walks.
Port Erin is a great place to start if you're looking to explore the fantastic walking trails in the south of the Isle of Man. Take a walk around the coastline to The Sound in Port St Mary where you'll be greeted with stunning views out to sea as well as the opportunity to spot the seals
The busy harbour village of Port St Mary features the Isle of Man's only nine hole golf course. Visit the living museum of Cregneash which shows what life was like in the 19th Century Manx crofting community.
Take a step back in history and visit the ancient capital of the Isle of Man is Castletown which is dominated by the imposing medieval fortress of Castle Rushen. The castle is one of the best preserved in Europe and was once dominated by the Kings and Lords of Mann.
Visit the secluded area of Niarbyl Bay, which is one of the Island's most important geological sites on the Isle of Man and is fantastic for walking enthusiasts.
Visit the Island’s capital of Douglas for a unique blend of traditional seaside resort, thriving finance centre and busy working harbour.
Set on the east coast, Douglas is the Isle of Man’s largest town and offers a wide range of things to see and do.
Set against a two-mile sweeping bay and sandy beach you’ll find the busy promenades buzzing with activity – why not take a trip along the stretch on the horse trams where you’ll be afforded stunning views out to sea? Or start you journey south by steam railway or north by electric railway