Isle Of Man Vacations & Travel Packages!
The Isle of Man, a self-governing British Crown dependency, is located at the Irish Sea between Ireland and Great Britain. It is a beautiful island featuring mild climate and holding over 100 miles of wonderful shoreline, comprising chiefly of sweeping sunny beaches and sheer cliffs. Most of this famed holiday island is immaculate and hilly with a blend of heath and moorland, narrow glens with waterfall, moderate uplands, and lush woodlands. Isle of Man is renowned around the world for its prestigious TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race. Tourists can easily reach the island by taking ferry from Liverpool.
Places of Interest in The Isle of Man
A great place to visit for history buffs, Manx Museum is a site dealing with more than 10,000 years of island's history. The exhibits put on display in the museum feature reproduction of rooms and domestic equipment of the history, as well as magnificent artwork by Manx artists and other well-known British painters. Entry in the museum is free of cost.
Castletown and Castle Rushen
A formal royal residence, Castletown and Castle Rushen is a well-preserved building located in a prominent site in the heart of the Isle of Man. The major highlights of the castle include the clock in the south tower, a Celtic crucifix, and a lovely and unique sundial featuring 13 dials.
Cregneash Folk Village
The most southerly town on the island, Cregneash Folk Village is located on remote Mull Hill. It is the place where the visitors can explore a group of six chamber tombs known as the Meayll Circle or Mull Circle. Cregneash Folk Village is a living museum in itself and proudly preserves the customary Manx lifestyle. Tourists can enjoy the views of 19th century cottages and farm buildings all around the village.