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The adrenaline junkies arrive in droves at the start of summer, around May to June, so avoid the Isle of Man then if bike races don’t get your engine roaring. The island’s natural beauty, fresh seafood, and even fresher walks in the countryside are all here all year round.
With its own language, its own government and an independent spirit, the culture, history and traditions of this island are worth exploring. Located in the middle of the sea almost equidistantly between England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, there’s British-ness by the barrel-load – but with an Isle of Man spin. Chips, cheese and gravy anyone? See the Isle of Man Steam Railway, the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway, the island’s highest point – Snaefell, and the famed Laxey Wheel, the largest working waterwheel in the world.
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Flights to the Isle of Man are the fastest way to reach this island in the Irish Sea with times of no more than an hour from around the UK...
The island’s airport, also known as Ronaldsway Airport (IOM) and Purt Aer Vannin in the Manx language, is served by operations from 12 different UK airports. Citywing and flybe operate the majority of services from cities such as Belfast City, Birmingham, Newcastle, Stansted, Blackpool, Glasgow, Gloucester, Liverpool and Manchester. easyJet flies from London Gatwick, Bristol and Liverpool and British Airways links the island to the centre of London with its London City service.
Flights take from as little as 30 minutes to around an hour.
The airport is located in the south of the island. But it won’t more than an hour to get to your final destination, wherever you are staying. Read more about your options…
Once you’ve touched down at Isle of Man Airport, there are a number of ways to get where you are going.
Picking up your pre-booked hire car at the airport is an easy option. Renting a car on the Isle of Man is a great idea as there is plenty to see and do and the road network is simple. If you are planning to get out and about fairly often, car hire is also a cost-effective way to get around and to get to and from the airport.
Taxis are available if you don’t plan to drive. Find the official rank outside the terminal and hop in; there are fixed rates to most island destinations (it costs around £20 from the airport to Douglas, the island capital).
If you’re heading to a main town, such as Douglas, Castletown or Port Erin, local buses operate from the airport.
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There is a wide range of hotels to choose from on the Isle of Man. From welcoming B&Bs and seaside guesthouses, to country house hotels surrounded by glorious vistas, you are certain to find a room to suit your taste, requirements and budget.
Most hotels on the Isle of Man are found in the capital, Douglas. There’s a traditional British-seaside air to Douglas and, as you might expect, plenty of grand, whitewashed hotels that look out to the water across the bustling esplanade. The back streets are peppered with B&Bs and guesthouses too.
The main towns, including Port Erin, Ramsey, Peel and Castletown, offer more hotels. Again, you’ll find seaside grandeur as well as plenty more cheap hotels.
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