What's on in October?
With the chillier and darker night drawing in there's plenty of Autumnal celebrations and events happening across the island. We've put together a list of ways you can really get the most out of your stay this October.
What's on in September?
Here's a quick guide of just some of the events that will be taking place across the island in September. From kayaking to celebrating fantastic, local food. We hope that there's something for everyone!
Summer 2022 availability on the Isle of Man
Avoid the crowds and visit the Isle of Man this summer, a gem in the Irish Sea!
Discover our self-catering holiday cottages with availability for this summer!
What's on in August?
There's plenty to see and do over the summer months here on the sunny Isle of Man... From fabulous theatre shows and Pride celebrations, to cliff top concerts! Take a look at our What's On Guide and start planning your trips out to explore the island!
Guided Walking Tours of Castletown in August
Find out all there is to know about the historical town of Castletown!
What's on in July?
There's plenty to see and do on the Island in July! From live music, to road racing, to stunning floral displays! Take a look at what's on this month.
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering Festival
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.
What's On in June?
There's plenty to see and do on the Isle of Man in June... and it's not just motorbikes!
What's On this May?
A whistlestop tour of things to do on the Isle of Man in May 2022!
Get away from it all on the Calf of Man
The Calf of Man is a small islet of some 600 acres separated from the Isle of Man by a narrow channel through which tides race four times each day. Named by our Viking forebears (Kalfr means a small island lying off a larger) the Calf has a fascinating history with lessons of self-reliance that carry messages for us today.