Flights to Isle of Man

Shrouded in folklore, fairies, myth and legend, sea-bound Isle of Man is a remarkably diverse little island said to have been created when Irish giant Finn MacCooill threw a lump of rock from Ireland towards Scotland.

Flights to Isle of Man are perfect for anyone seeking sun soaked beaches, limitless activities, alfresco adventures or historic sights. Scenic hacks on horseback, exhilarating mountain bikes with views to match and hiking magnificent mountain trails make the very most of the outdoors. Enjoy a game of golf with spectacular sea views, spend the day fishing, clay pigeon shooting or having a shot at archery. For heart stopping thrills nothing beats coasteering where you scale the Island’s rugged coastlines jumping in and out of the sea as you go! If you fancy kayaking, scuba diving, yachting, abseiling or motorsports, no problem!

Theatres, galleries and ghost tours bring the arts to the Isle of Man while farmer’s markets and fantastic restaurants serve up and sell fresh, tasty, mouth-watering dishes like hot smoked kippers and Queenie scallops. Those with a sweet tooth will find heaven in the island’s locally made ice cream and home baked cakes.

Flights to The Isle of Man will drop you in a wildlife spotter’s dream, home to a population of lovable furry seals who like to catch the sun on the island’s windswept shores. Dolphins, whales and basking sharks can often be seen frolicking off the coast while beautiful birds fill the skies.  

With its own personality, every town on the island offers something unique. For shops, cafes and heritage attractions in abundance, including a working steam railway, visit the capital, Douglas. Spy medieval castles and museums from the twisty cobbled streets of Castletown; for white sandy beaches, Peel and Port Erin are the places to be while Laxey shows off the world’s largest working waterwheel! Beauty spots abound in Ayres Nature Reserve while Maughold gets the adrenalin pumping with its exciting adventure pursuits.

Accommodation on the Isle of Man is as diverse as its landscapes, ranging from farmhouses and campsites to self-catering, B&B’s, homestays and hostels. In fact, it is almost impossible to conceive that so much can fit onto an island just 33 miles long by 13 miles wide. It really has to be seen to be believed!

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