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Sleepy Victorian villages, stunning rugged coastline and even the odd steam train or two; the Isle of Man is a slice of Britain from days gone by.  Famous for its offshore bank accounts as for anything else, the Isle of Man is a surprisingly unspoilt gem of an island in the middle of the Irish Sea. At 365 square kilometres, this place is a microcosm of all things British. Well set foot on this island and you’ll come across swathes of leafy valleys, rolling green hills, heather covered moorland, and a healthy amount of woodland for starters. And that’s not mentioning the coastline, which is a mix of rugged beauty and picturesque sandy coves.

With its 17 national glens and never-ending network of footpaths let’s just say this is the place to be if you like the great outdoors. Make sure you pack those walking boots, oh, and your 5 iron – did we mention there are nine golf courses here too? 


April 2016
The Isle of Man TT Races - the world's most famous motorcycle road race - roars back into action between 28 May and 10 June, promising high-speed thrills. There are plenty of vantage points for spectators: the course is made up of more than 37 miles of public roads. (http://www.iomtt.com)

April 2016
Step back in time at Cashtal yn Ard, a Neolithic chambered tomb. The burial site, which means 'Castle of the Height' in Manx, enjoys views over Maughold and across the Irish Sea to Cumbria. (http://www.manxnationalheritage.im)

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