Isle of Man
Dipped in a rich history, the Isle of Man is 220 square miles of natural beauty, ranging from stunning coastal and mountain landscapes to spectacular wildlife, scenic tours and Victorian steam railways.
For an island that is just 33 miles long and 13.5 miles wide, the Isle of Man packs in an awful lot for visitors to see and do. The stunning natural landscape ranges from the mountain of Snaefell to the beautiful sandy beaches of Peel, Port Erin and Ramsey, the rocky cliffs of its coastline to the natural beauty of the Calf of Man.
A main attraction on the island is the Laxey Wheel, called ‘Lady Isabella’, which was used to pump water out of the Laxey mines, reputed to have been the deepest mines in the world during the 1800s.
Discover the animals at Curraghs Wildlife Park, see the bridged gorge at Glen Maye or for the thrill seekers there is kayaking, diving and coasteering.
There's so much to do at the Isle of Man!
* Meet your National Holidays coach and drive at Heysham Port at 1230 for the 1400 sailing to Douglas
* Your coach will take you to your hotel and two FREE coach tours will be provided:
- Peel, Ramsey & Laxey (home of the Laxey Wheel)
- Castletown, Port St Mary & Port Erin
* Your coach and ferry will return you to Heysham at the end of the holiday, arriving back at Heysham around 1300
Ample, chargeable pay and display long stay car parking is available at Heysham Port.
Isle of Man breaks are operated by National Holidays Limited. National Holidays is a member of the Bonded Coach Holiday Group of the Confederation of Passenger Transport Limited and fully complies with the terms of the 1992 Package Travel Regulations. It is a condition of carriage that all passengers travelling abroad take out some form of holiday insurance. Full details of holiday insurance and National Holidays Booking Conditions can be found here National Holidays offer insurance at £20 (£28 for 7 nights). Premiums included 20% IPT.