Don’t be fooled by size. For a tiny island, the Isle of Man packs an extraordinary variety of attractions. Where else would you find working Victorian railways rubbing shoulders with world-class road-racing events? Famous ancient fortresses and the world’s largest water wheel? Fields full of rare orchids and seas rich with wrecks? This is an island steeped in myths and legends but thoroughly modern in outlook; proud of its rich past and optimistic about its future.
To visit the Isle of Man is to experience a world of dramatic and unusual contrasts - old and new, town and country, land and sea – all infused with the laid-back warmth and friendliness for which the Island’s people are famous. Island’s chief areas of interest of visitors are after Coast, Countryside, Heritage, Culture, Railways and Motorsport. Whatever your passion, your journey is just beginning… walkers, and sports tourism, particularly fishing and golf – the island has no fewer than nine courses!
Isle of Man Airport: 01624 821600
Flights from the Isle of Man to Blackpool, Belfast, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, Oxford.
Handling Agent: Manx Regional
Ronaldsway Airport is located in the town of Ballasalla in the south east of the island.
By Taxi: A number of private taxi companies operate from Isle of Man Airport and are available throughout the day, meeting every arrival from outside the main terminal building. No guaranteed fares are available; however, a typical fare from the airport into Douglas will be £25.
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By Bus: A regular bus on route 1 connects the airport to Douglas, Castletown, and Port Erin half hourly. Single ticket prices start at £2.40.