Isle of Man Vacations
From Isle of Man, Manchester is approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast from here and Liverpool is about 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest.
Grab that someone special and visit one of the popular beaches in Isle of Man. Douglas Beach and Laxey Beach are two of the more well-known local beachside haunts in this coastal location. Port Erin Beach and Port St Mary Beach are some of the other coastal destinations in the region.
Relive the past and get a taste of how the upper class lived long ago by visiting the castles in the vicinity. Imagine the fading ghosts of almost-forgotten aristocrats when you learn about the legends of the Peel Castle or the Castle Rushen.
Snaefell is one of the most visited parks and gardens around the city. Admire the trees and flowers, watch the passing parade, or just soak up the sunshine. This park is the perfect place to unwind.
Wander back through the ages at Tynwald St. John's; one of the most-loved heritage sites in Isle of Man. It is good to explore this site and other heritage buildings to obtain a better understanding of the events that shaped this region.
In this culture-loving city, you’ll find the interesting museums, including the Manx Museum, where you can browse local collections. Take advantage of the peace and quiet, ask the staff about any temporary displays, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just admire the echoes of the past.
Nature lovers will be pleased to discover that the area also has several ecological preserves where visitors can enjoy picturesque surrounds and local native species. Stretch your legs at Spanish Head and enjoy a trip away from the urban streets.
Visitors to Isle of Man interested in finding out what makes the city tick, should head to the Tower of Refuge, the Cregneash Village Folk Museum and the Old House of Keys.