Wherever you travel on the Island you'll be able to stop and admire the glorious view. In a small area it packs in seascapes, glens, parks, hills and beaches. Bring plenty of memory cars - you'll need them!
So much to do
If you want an activity holiday the Island is the place to visit. Motorsport, cycling, golf, angling, water sports, shooting, fell running, the Parish Walk, bowling and much more.
Peel is the most westerly town with St Patrick's Isle and marina lies just to the south of Ballagawne. It takes its title of Sunset City from being the most westerly town on the Island and the fact that it has a cathedral. The current building was consecrated in 1895 although building was completed in 1884. The original cathedral was on St Patricks Isle and built around 12AD.
Lovingly renovated by the owners the original hayloft has been sympathetically restored to its former glory, retaining its original charm and features.
The Isle of Man is justly proud of its rich heritage, sites from as far back as the Viking rule abound. Its well maintained monuments and museums welcome the public to explore.