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Sat in the middle of the Irish Sea at the heart of the British Isles the Isle of Man is roughly thirty miles distant from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Steeped in myth and legend and culture the island was home to Celtic Gods and has it's own dialect of Gaelic. The isle is home to a menagerie of mythical creatures, ghosts and goblins. Visitors are reminded to always say hello to the little people when crossing the Fairy Bridge.
Famous for it's breed of tailless cats, the Manx. For an island that only measures 33 miles in length the Isle of Man offers a varied and fascinating landscape of natural beauty to explore.
From mountain peak, Snaefell is it's highest at over 2,000 feet tall. To secluded hidden beaches, to rugged cliffs. The isle is a walker's paradise.
Seat of ancient Kings who ruled an island Kingdom which once encompassed the Outer and Inner Hebrides. Fiercely independent and self-governing the island is currently a possession of England but has been fought over by Scotland and Norway.
The island is host to the world-famous motorcycle Tourist Trophy (TT) race.
Tourists will be spoilt for choice with castles, museums and attractions such as a mountain railway, The Manx electric railway and even Lady Isabella, cited as the largest working waterwheel in the world.