The coast is never far away on the Isle of Man, and there are lots of good coastal walks. This one covers the short section of impressive cliffs from Port Erin to the Calf of Man, in the south-west corner. You can drop a car off at the Calf, to get back to Port Erin, or walk back along the road and visit the island Heritage Centre on the way.
- This walk was the highlight of our stay on the island
- The best bit was seeing the seals at the end of the walk
- There were good views across to Bradda Head, where we walked the day before.
- If you're worried about clifftops - this path is well back from any exposed edges.
Contributed by Andrew Llanwarne< Back to England page for links to other stories
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|Location||Port Erin, Isle of Man|
|Date walked||July 2005|
|Walk type||Countryside and easy hill walks|
|Time taken||1 hrs 30 mins|