South & West Heritage Tour

Discover the highlights of the Islands heritage in this tour covering the South and West of the Island.

Duration: 5 hours*

Price: £50 per hour

Price includes up to 4 people per car & entrance to all historical sites and attractions. (*Duration is approximate.)

Tour Itiniary

On this tour you will visit

Castle Rushen

We will head south & take in the sights of the ancient capital of Mann, Castletown.  We will spend an hour in Castle Rushen, one of the best preserved medieval castles in the world, and once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann,

The Old House of Keys

The former home of the Manx Parliament and centre of 19th Century political life on the Isle of Man.  Manx National Heritage have created a simulated model that brings the debating chamber to life and you can participate in the experience.

Cregneash Village

We will head on to Cregneash village, a living museum dedicated to the preservation of the island’s way of life and where you find discover Manx Loughgtan sheep and Manx tailless cats.

The Sound

Then on to The Sound, the most southern point of our beautiful Isle,a stunning backdrop home to seals, dolphins and basking sharks

Port Erin

Stop to take in the view and perhaps an Ice-cream on the sandy beach at Port Erin. The stunning backdrop of Bradda Head and Milners Tower provide a great photo opportunity.

Niarbyl

We will then move along the beautiful west coast stopping at the
peaceful Niarbyl Bay, with its rolling hills, thatched cottages and
dramatic coast.

Peel

Then on to the picturesque town of Peel known to us locals as the
sunset city, where if required a restaurant for lunch can be booked
in advance.

House of Manannan

Here we will also take hour and visit the House of Manannan where
the Island’s mythological sea god, Manannan, welcomes you to his
fascinating Kingdom.

Tynwald Hill

We will then head inland to St Johns to Tynwald Hill, place of the
Manx parliamentary assembly, dating back at least to the late first
millennium AD.

The site continues to be active today and in 1979 it celebrated its
millennium as a continuous parliament and is the oldest continuous
parliament in the world.

Douglas

We will Then we will head back to Douglas along part of the world
famous TT course.