Snaefell is the highest mountain and the only summit higher than 2,000 feet (610 m) on the Isle of Man, at 2,037 feet (620.9 m) above sea level. At the summit you Read more [...]
Nearest Things To Do Isle of Man
Heading to Isle of Man and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Isle of Man coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Isle of Man day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Isle of Man activity.
Port Erin lifeboat station was established in 1884 and now operates an inshore lifeboat. The station is open daily, shop Easter to October.
The Gaiety Theatre in Douglas is located on the Douglas promenade overlooking the sea. The theatre was built in 1899 to the designs of architect Frank Matcham as an opera Read more [...]
Tynwald or more formally, the High Court of Tynwald or Tynwald Court is the legislature of the Isle of Man. It is claimed to be the oldest continuous parliamentary body Read more [...]
The Old House of Keys is the former meeting place of the House of Keys, the lower house of Tynwald, the Isle of Man’s parliament. It is located across the street from Castle Rushen in Castletown, the former capital of Read more [...]
Ramsey Queens pier was built in 1886 and is 2241 feet long. The pier is being restored in sections by the Queen’s Pier Restoration Trust that has a long fight to Read more [...]
Castle Rushen is located in the Isle of Man’s historic capital, Castletown, in the south of the island, and is one of the best examples of a medieval castle in Read more [...]
Ramsey lifeboat station was established in the late 1820s and now has an offshore lifeboat. The station is open Monday to Friday and an RNLI shop can be found in Read more [...]
The Point of Ayre Lighthouse is an active 19th-century lighthouse that was first lit in 1818, making it the oldest operational lighthouse on the island. The lighthouse is located at the Point of Ayre at the Read more [...]
Peel Castle was built in the 11th century by the Vikings and stands on St Patrick’s Isle which is connected to Peel by a causeway. After the rule of the Read more [...]
Peel lifeboat station was established in 1829 and now operates an all weather lifeboat. Station open daily, no shop.
Calf of Man is a 618-acre (250 ha) island (almost 1 square mile), off the southwest coast of the Isle of Man, separated by a narrow stretch of water called the Read more [...]