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.
Isle of Man visitors helping to protect Manx wildlife
In 2018, Island Escapes started a partnership with wildlife charity, Manx Wildlife Trust (MWT), and the relationship is showimng real benefits for local wildlife.
Celebrate all the changes Autumn brings in our own Island way. Find joy in the early evenings and the comfort that accompanies the changing of the seasons.
Green Creek Hut Company Summer 2021 launch with, ‘The Bathing Machine.’
The Bathing Machine or Oirr Yn Ushtey meaning Water’s Edge, is a contemporary version of an Edwardian seawater bathing machine. Three years in the making, this hand crafted hut is unique, being one of only a handful in the British Isles. Detailed and presented for you to enjoy a special day out on Port Erin Beach, once the home of many similar machines from the heydays of segregated sea water bathing.
Discover the North of the Isle of Man - Sulby
The north of the Island offers a range of different terrains, from wooded glens, sand-strewn beaches to rugged coastline, all equally as beautiful as the last. Here we take a look at the sleepy but stunning northern village of Sulby.
Discover the West of the Isle of Man - A day out in Peel
Featuring sandy beaches, coastal drives and the historic town of Peel, we explore the west of the Isle of Man, where you can enjoy unbroken sunset views across the Irish Sea.
Discover the South of the Isle of Man - Walk Port St Mary to Port Erin
The south of the Island has much to offer, from heritage sites to adventurous walks, seaside villages and an abundance of local food and drink. This can all be experienced in a walk between Port Erin and Port St Mary!
Discover the East of the Isle of Man - Groudle
The east coast of the Isle of Man offers much to the visitor, with many remains of our Victorian heritage on display to the modern visitor. In this blog we explore the area around Groudle glen and Lonan.