things to do

Whether your interests include Manx heritage, sport, walking in the hills or simply watching the world go by we have put together a few ideas for you below:-

 

We look forward to helping you plan your days.

Have a look at some of the following links to other Isle of Man sites:-

Isle of Man Tourist board Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre
Official TT website Isle of Man Bus and Rail timetables
   
   

 

 

 

Dining - within easy walking distance you can enjoy a variety of local and international cuisine and we are happy to recommend and make reservations as required.

Shopping - the shops of Douglas are within easy reach and the main pedestrianised shopping area includes several high street names. Outside of Douglas, Tynwald Mills in St. Johns has a good selection of outlets and all the main towns offer a varied shopping experience.

Outdoors - take a walk anywhere in the island and in the space of one day you can see sand dunes, wildflower meadows, wooded glens, moorland and the famous Snaefell Mountain. The island is just 33 miles long by 13 miles wide and has much to offer those seeking the great outdoors with a varied and beautiful landscape.

Sport - famous for the TT and Manx Grand Prix Motorcycle festivals the island also offers fantastic golf, great walking and cycling. The National Sport Centre in Douglas caters for virtually any sporting activity.

Entertainment - Douglas has many of the islands main entertainment complexes. For further details of what’s on see the links section above.

Attractions - for up to date attraction information please visit http://www.gov.im/tourism/whatson/events.aspx

Transport - for Isle of Man bus and rail timetables please visit www.iombusandrail.info
The "Island Explorer" ticket provides an excellent value for money alternative to using a car. Details can be obtained via the following link. Island Explorer

links

Along the promenade to Onchan

Isle of Man B&B Guest Houses