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|Isle Of Man city centre|
|Ronaldsway Airport (IOM): 11 mi from city centre|
Taking off to the British Isles? The Isle of Man sits right between Great Britain and Ireland and its natural beauty keeps visitors coming back for more. Isle of Man Airport (IOM) welcomes flights from all over Europe but especially the UK.
Knowing when to book your Isle of Man flights is essential if you're planning a trip on a budget. Summer is peak season so if you're after budget flights for your holiday on the Isle of Man.
Direct flights to the Isle of Man take 1 hour 30 minutes.
The Isle of Man is the perfect place to spend your holidays if you're looking for an iconic British destination with stunning scenery that isn't too far from home. Wherever you're heading on the island, an Isle of Man car hire will be invaluable for getting around.
Douglas: There's something really special about the capital of the Isle of Man. It is home to one of only two remaining horse-drawn trams in the world. Get on at the Sea Terminal and take the tram to the end of Douglas Bay. As the island's largest town, you'll find a ton of independent shops as well as the usual brands along Duke Street and Strand Street.
Castletown: As you may guess from the name, this town is centred around a castle, located on the southern part of the Isle of Man. Today the town is known for its cobbled narrow streets and small fishing cottages that line the waterfront.
Calf of Man: This is one of the most beautiful places. The small island is entirely preserved as a bird sanctuary and offers impressive views of the sea, the Isle of Man's coastline and a few lighthouses.
Find more information on Visit Isle of Man.
Most hotels on the Isle of Man are located in and around Douglas. For something traditional and local, try a seafront hotel on Douglas Promenade. Bed and Breakfast-style places are plentiful. For luxury, there are a few 4-star establishments as well.