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Fly to the Isle Of Man
The island of tales, fairies and giants.
The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. The island is 221 square miles and hosts plenty of attractions. On the Isle you will find, enchanting folklore tales and remnants of a Viking past contrasted with Celtic castles. Rail enthusiasts can visit the islands impressive heritage railway network with original rolling stock.
Archaeology and historic sites
Whatever time of year you choose to visit the Isle of Man with Loganair, you will find enchanting folklore tales and remnants of a Viking past contrasting with Celtic Castles. The islands more recent history has also been preserved offering rail enthusiasts the chance to visit the islands impressive heritage railway network with original rolling stock.
A trek into the tranquil uplands will provide you with a unique 360 degree view of a UNESCO Biosphere inhabited by cascading waterfalls and magnificent glens against a backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean. Within these surrounding waters you can lookout for Humpback and Minke whales, whilst the diverse range of bird life provides a bespoke soundtrack tailored to nature lovers’ ears.
After a slower paced walk in the natural surroundings, you can increase the adrenaline by engaging in the wide range of motorsport options this world-class destination has to offer drivers and bikers. The island is renowned for the famous TT races, comprehensive road network and attracts motoring enthusiasts from around the world. If you just want to dream rather than drive then you can visit the Motor Museum with over 250 unique vehicles from around the world.
The Isle of Man hosts a range of festivals and events. How about the Beer and Cider Festival, a day of drinking and food? Or what about one of the many motorcycle shows and races? for the full list of events in the Isle Of Man click here.