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Borrane sits above Chapel Bay Beach in Port St Mary, an historic fishing village in the South of the Isle of Man, which has a unique geographical and marine heritage. Just a mile from Port Erin, and also Cregneash, where you can explore the village with its thatched cottages and find out about life here 100 years ago.
A little further is The Sound, the southernmost tip of the Island, with its views of the Calf of Man and where you'll see seals basking on the rocks and swimming in the strong tidal currents between the Islands.

Make your holiday special:
Enjoy fabulous coastal walks: in half a day walk round the Coast from Port St Mary to The Sound and on to Port Erin. If you'd like a guided walk, have a look at

Visit the beach for rock pooling, paddling or even invigorating swimming!

Discover the ancient history of the Island from the Celts and Vikings to the Smugglers of yesteryear.

Learn kayaking, sailing and windsurfing

Take a steam train trip to historic Castletown or the Island's capital, Douglas, from Port St Mary station.

Walk from the door to Port St Mary harbour or round to Gansey and a visit to its pottery.

Go boating or fishing with trips from Port St Mary or Port Erin harbours.

Take a trip to the Calf of Man and see the Island's coastline and sea birds close up.

Test your golfing skills on excellent local courses

Tramp the hills and just breathe the air!

Port St Mary Bay Port Erin - Bradda Head
Port St Mary Bay Port Erin
footpath Sugar Loaf
Coastal path Sugar Loaf at The Chasms
Port St Mary walking
Port St Mary Hill walking
montage of the local area
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