Point of Ayre beach sits on the Isle of Man’s most northerly tip. The name comes from Old Norse “eyrr” that means a shingle beach and so this is is Read more [...]
Planning a trip to the Isle of Man coast and looking for the nearest beach? Our beach lists will help you find the closest beaches to your location and then for each beach, we will answer questions around location, tide times, weather forecast, dog restrictions, water quality and provide general information on the beach and its facilities. When on a beach page use our tools to search the Isle of Man seaside towns and surrounding coast for things to see and do or places to stay and eat.
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Douglas Central beach is a sandy beach in the heart of the town. Facilities: parking, toilets, shops, cafe, restaurants. We have no dog information.
Summerhill beach is a sandy town beach at the northern end of the Douglas bay and promenade. Summerhill is within the town of Douglas so has all the facilities you Read more [...]
Broadway beach in Douglas is a sandy beach in the middle of Douglas bay. Facilities: car parking, toilets, cafe, shops, restaurants.
Derbyhaven beach is within a sheltered shallow bay. A very popular bay with windsurfers. Facilities include parking, promenade and a selection of places to eat.
White Strand beach is the larger of a few remote beaches (Cain’s Strand, Will’s Strand) north of Peel. The beach is sand and shingle backed by grass covered cliffs. White Read more [...]
Ramsey beach is a large stretch of sand that spans either side of the breakwaters and river mouth. The town is the second largest on the Isle of Man and Read more [...]
Chapel Bay beach is within a horseshoe bay backed by a promenade and some grass areas, at high tide you do not have access to any sand. Port St Mary is a village Read more [...]
Port Erin beach is a sheltered sandy beach on the south of the island. You also have Spaldrick beach, a small pebble beach around the corner to the north of Read more [...]
Port Grenaugh is a tiny cove situated on the islands east coast, roughly half way between Douglas and Castletown. The beach is a mix of sand and shingle with plenty Read more [...]
Port Soderick beach is a sand and rocky beach with a promenade, a children’s play area and a picnic site. Facilities: refreshments and parking
Peel Bay has two sandy beaches in Peel separated by the breakwater and harbour. The main town beach and Fenella, a small sandy beach overlooked by Peel Castle. Peel is Read more [...]