Things to do

Activities and points of interestSteam Railway

The Island boasts 9 golf courses,  numerous beaches, restaurants, pubs, picnic areas

Points of interest nearby include the historic Castle Rushen, Rushen Abbey and Silverdale Glen

Nowhere on the island is more than a 40-45 minutes away but within 25 minutes is the Island’s capital – Douglas with all its shops, bars and restaurants.


The Island offers beautiful scenery all year round with some breathtaking views from the hills and spectacular coastal views. Much of the island is unspoilt by development and can easily be enjoyed by driving or riding around or rambling through the many miles of countryside walks.

The island has a unique and varied history which can easily be explored and enjoyed though the many sites of interest.


Many of the Island’s attractions play on its rich heritage and include centuries old castles, museums and historical towns and prehistoric sites.

There are many other attractions to amuse and divert visitors such as a motor racing circuit, the world famous TT, Grand Prix, the Southern 100 motorcycle road races, Peel kart races, 10 pin bowling, cinemas as well as various restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs.


There are nine fine golf courses and opportunities for fishing, cycling, walking and horse trekking. Castletown Golf Links 17th

Further details about local amenities and things to do on the Island can be found via the Government’s Visit Isle of Man website on this link 

To arrange golf at any of the Island’s golf courses including the latest golf club hire and transportation, visit Isle of Man Golf Tours on this link