Isle of Man

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The Great Union Camera Obscura, Isle of Man

The stunning Isle of Man is a nature-lover’s idyll, with the entire island designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Friendly town and villages combine with beautiful walking and cycling routes. Fresh local food, sandy beaches and glens to explore make life here a pleasure every day. During the famous TT road racing festival each year, the island comes alive with visitors from all over the world.

The islands boasts a number of heritage attractions including a medieval castle in Castletown, a living museum in Cregneash and in Laxey you’ll find the largest working water wheel in the world. Enjoy an ice-cream on one of the islands golden beaches or at 621 metres above sea level, Snaefell mountain offers panoramic views.

Life in Isle of Man

Our main Athol Street office in the island’s capital, Douglas, was built in 1902. It has recently been renovated with its beautiful original features restored, and is centrally located with just a short stroll away to shops, restaurants, and bars. You also have easy access to the central bus station that takes you anywhere on the island to explore.

Isle of Man bank serves the island’s people and communities, building long-term partnerships, working collaboratively to understand our customers’ needs, and creating tailored solutions to help them grow and prosper. From transactional banking to fund financing to depositary services, all through one point of contact.

Getting around

You’ll find it easy to get around the Isle of Man with bus and rail services.

Charming and unique, the Island’s heritage railway network attracts enthusiasts from across the world to Manx shores. They represent a fun and stylish way to visit the Island’s important ancient monuments and heritage sites, while enjoying beautiful views of the Manx countryside and extensive coast.

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