The Isle of Man is an island in the British Isles in the Irish Sea and it is tucked in between islands of Ireland and Great Britain. It is one of the British Crown dependencies meaning that it is not a part of the United Kingdom and the UK government is responsible for foreign affairs and defense. This island has a government with the Chief Minister being the head and a parliament known as Tynwald. There are several destinations worthy of visiting at the Isle of Man like the delightful village of Laxey. This village is famous for is a large water wheel. The Calf of Man is a small bird sanctuary on the Island and Port St Mary, Port Erin, and Douglas are worthy of a visit.
Several airlines are offering regular flight services to the Isle of Man and the area is easily accessible from other cities like Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Dublin, London, Belfast, and Birmingham among others. There are not so many attractions to see the Isle of Man but it is none the less worth a visit. The world-famous TT races in the Isle of Man are held annually and attract many motorcycling tourists who are interested in experiencing high speed, legal riding during the event. Snaefell is the island’s highest point and you are at this summit, one can see six kingdoms of Britain which include Scotland, Wales, England, Heaven, Isle of Man and Ireland. This is a unique experience that you will wish to enjoy and a hiking trail will take you less than an hour to reach the summit.