The Isle of Man – Day 3

We drove to the northernmost tip of the island – Point of Ayre. We couldn’t go on the pebble beach as the Arctic terns were nesting.

Then we continued on to Ramsey, the second biggest town on the island.

The tide was in so there was no golden sand!
Ramsey harbour
Mooragh Park and boating lake, built in 1887.

We went to Groudle Glen, a popular Victorian destination, with a lovely walk down into the Glen, followed by a short trip on a little steam train to Sea Lion Rocks.

Sea Lion Rocks station at the end of Groudle Glen

We saw some seals.
Outside Groudle Glen we saw a tram on the Manx Electric Railway. Maybe another day ….