Port Erin Beach

Picturesque Port Erin Beach is situated in the southwest of the Island right outside our flats. The beach sits in a sheltered bay bordered by the tall cliffs of Bradda Head to the north.

Its soft golden-white sand means Port Erin Beach is a firm family favourite and popular for watersports with a number of businesses doing tours and equipment hire in the area. The beach has many recreational opportunities and facilities – shower, seasonal beach huts, ice cream shops, boat tours from the area and toilets.

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Isle of Man Steam Railway Museum

The Isle of Man Railway Museum in the village of Port Erin in the Isle of Man is a small museum of the history of the Isle of Man Railway from its founding in 1873 to the present. The museum is home to a fine collection of locomotives, the Royal Train, rolling stock, memorabilia, posters and interpretive displays.

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Milner's Tower

The Glen has many vantage points, with bench seats for walkers to stop, making it an ideal spot for a picnic. Enjoy the birds wheel above, and if the sea is calm, you may even be lucky enough to spot a basking shark. You may well encounter a few rabbits too.

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