Despite its tiny size, the Isle of Man boasts an extraordinary variety of attractions from working Victorian railways to world-class road-racing events, and famous ancient fortresses to the world's largest water wheel. Situated in the Irish Sea, and sandwiched between the coasts of England, Wales and Ireland, the Isle of Man is part of the British Isles but not the United Kingdom. Wherever you go on the Isle of Man, you're never far from the sea or the Island's spectacular 100-mile coastline of expansive sands, attractive resorts, bustling harbours and dramatic headlands. This makes the island ideal for exploring the great outdoors. The capital of the island, Douglas, sits on the 2-mile crescent of Douglas Bay is well worth a visit.
This map card contains:
• Topographical Isle of Man Survey 1:25,000
• Topographical Isle of Man Survey 1:50,000
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