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The weather on the Isle of Man
The above is a climate diagram for Isle of Man. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 19° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Isle of Man holiday lettings: Be at home in the United Kingdom
Visit the Isle of Man, a historical and cultural pearl in the Irish Sea, situated between England and Ireland. This self-governing island is well known for its medieval castles, rugged coastline and beautiful rural landscape. The Isle of Man is a small island, only 570 square kilometres, and is a perfect and highly unique place to spend your holiday. With small coastal and rural villages, or the capital city of Douglas serving as intriguing locations to discover and explore.
Journey to the Isle of Man
You can travel to the Isle of Man either by air or sea. When you choose to book an Isle of Man holiday home in cities like Douglas, travelling from the airport to your destination is quick. Either take a bus, taxi or airport coach, many of which are available at the main terminal entrance, and they will take you into the city. You also have the option of renting a car for more flexible transport. Simply follow the A5 motorway directly into the heart of Douglas.
If you have decided to book your Isle of Man holiday letting in another part of the island such as Ramsey or Peel, the airport’s transportation will have you covered. All travel throughout the island is quick as the Isle of Man is relatively small.
If you decide to come by ferry, which will give you the option of having a car, you will be lead from either an Irish or an English port to the Douglas ferry terminal directly in the city.
Isle of Man’s sights
There are a range of amazing sights to see on this wonderful island, many of which are medieval castles and buildings. This includes Castle Rushen, an imperial castle located in the Isle of Man’s historic capital, Castletown. Visit Peel Castle, an impressive 11th century island fortress built by Vikings and located in the town of Peel. If you are interested in nature, visit amazing locations such as Snaefell which is the highest mountain on the island, with amazing views, a friendly café and a rail station at the summit. If you wish to do some walking, you can enjoy incredible views of the stunning surrounding region. Walk your way along the scenic Millennium Way, which encircles to island, allowing you to begin and end at any point. After a day of exploring the coastline, you can return to your Isle of Man holiday letting to unwind with a cup of tea.
Isle of Man’s arts and culture
The Isle of Man is a centre of art and culture that dates back many hundreds of years. Explore the island’s numerous art galleries, such as the Sayle Gallery located in Douglas, which hosts an array of different and unique exhibitions from fine art to film. You can also visit the Isle Gallery, an art gallery run by local artists in the town of St. Johns.
While staying in your Isle of Man holiday letting in Douglas, it's easy to enjoy an evening out at the theatre. Visit the island’s most amazing performance art location, the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre, a classy and beautifully built theatre dating back to the late 19th century. While in Douglas, check out another Victorian attraction, the Great Union Camera Obscura. This enormous camera was a wonder for Victorian tourists, and still is for many people today. It gives views of the surrounding area which is projected onto a circular table showing a 360 degree view of Douglas harbour, the lighthouse and horizon.
If you decide to book your Isle of Man holiday home in Peel, the Nautical Museum is well worth a visit. Great for families, the museum hosts Peggy of Castletown, a boat built in 1751 that is the oldest surviving Manx yacht, and one of the overall surviving vessels of the 18th century.
Isle of Man’s nightlife
Though the Isle of Man may seem like a tranquil part of the British Isles, there are many opportunities to party. The island’s nightlife is thriving, especially in Douglas. Head to a number of traditional pubs for live music and a drink, or the island’s many bars and night clubs for vibrant music and dancing. Book an Isle of Man holiday letting in Douglas if nightlife is what you are after. Whether you want a buzzing, a classy or a lazy night out, the Isle of Man has you covered for whatever your tastes may be.
Celtic, Viking and Victorian surprises on the Isle of man
Isle of Man Bus and Rail
The bus and rail service is a convenient way to navigate the island. It pops in at the airport too, which helps avoid pricey taxis. Beautiful scenery and charming stop-offs await.
Unravel 10.000 years of the Isle's history through films, galleries and interactive displays. Sections about the resurgence of the traditional Celtic Manx language and culture are particularly intriguing.
Also known as Lady Isabella, this large waterwheel above the village of Laxey was built in 1854. Specially-designed walkways help visitors appreciate the Victorian era engineering.
House of Manannan
Discover the isle's Celtic, Viking and maritime past at the House of Manannan, the island's mythological sea god. Interactive and sound-heavy visual exhibits will thrill kids.
Originally built by 11th c. Vikings, this intriguing castle houses the ruins of its predecessor, the Cathedral of St German. Sunsets from the castle top are beautiful.
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