Niarbyl Bay is between Peel and Port Erin. ‘Niarbyl’ means ‘the tail’, referring to Niarbyl’s unique tail of rocks jutting out into the Irish Sea.
This is a small rocky cove under the cliffs with sand and plenty of rock pools to explore. To get to the beach you need to walk the steep lane from the cliff top visitor centre.
This part of the coastline has spectacular views that can even include the mountains of Ireland on clear days.
No facilities at the beach, parking is at the cliff top by the visitor centre and cafe.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Niarbyl Bay Beach.
No water quality measurement available for Niarbyl Bay Beach.
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