Isle of Man
The Isle of Man is set in the Irish Sea and measures 33 miles by 13. Surrounded by rich waters, the sea has played a large part in the Island’s history, economy, cuisine and entertainment.
No matter where you are on the Island, you are never far from the waves lapping against a beach or crashing against cliffs. The sea surrounding the Island supports a diverse and impressive range of species including the stunning and mysterious Basking Sharks.
Getting to the Island is easy with a number of flight operators from locations around the UK flying direct and the Isle of Man Steam Packet ferry service from both English and Irish ports. To find the best way for you to get to the Isle of Man visit the Isle of Man Department of Tourism and Leisure website.