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Why You Need Go to Isle of Man – England

Despite being home to no more than 80,000 souls, and drivable end-to-end in 40 minutes, this rugged slice of Celtic rock, adrift between the Scottish, Irish, Welsh and English coasts, is rich in history and culture – not to mention the sweetest scallops you’re ever likely to taste.

Invaded by the Vikings, owned by the King of Norway and sold to Scotland, it eventually became British but carries plenty of traits from its past: its own language (Manx); the world’s oldest parliament; and ancient castles aplenty. Add to that friendly people, plus a landscape that’s as fertile as it is attractive – this is where the famous Manx Loaghtan lamb is reared – and a coastline that delivers wonderful seafood, from clams to queenie scallops, and you have plenty of reasons to jump on the ferry. Read more…

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