The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea and is an interesting and picturesque island to visit. Many visitors to the Isle of Man choose to hire a car to get around as it means you don't have to rely on public transport or pay out for expensive taxi fares. Whether you are travelling for business reasons or for pleasure, Rhino will have a hire car to match your budget and requirements.
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Isle Of Man Car Hire - Did You Know?
- The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea within the British Isles and is between Great Britain and Ireland.
- Approximately 80,000 people live on the Isle of Man.
- The symbol of the island is called a triskelion which is made up of three bent legs each with a spur and joined at the thigh.
- 'Spuds and Herrin' is the national dish, which is made from herring and boiled potatoes.
- A breed of cat called the Manx cat, which has a natural mutation of the spine originated from the Isle of Man.
Isle of Man Mini Guide
The Isle of Man is located between Ireland and Great Britain in the Irish Sea and is part of the United Kingdom (UK). Rhino car hire offers car hire from various locations on the island, including the airport and Douglas Sea Terminal.
The Isle of Man is a British Crown dependency which means it has its own parliament but depends on the UK for foreign affairs and defence. The parliament is called the Tynwald in recognition of the island’s Celtic and Norse heritage. The British pound is the currency of the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man is a very small island and is only about 32 kilometres long by 12 kilometres wide (approximately) and surrounded by shingle beaches. It is a wild and windswept place which is wonderful for going walking and enjoying fresh air. Hikers are sure to find the glens and hills of the Isle of Man equally challenging and fun. Nature enthusiasts may be able to spot a pod of dolphins and bird watchers can see many species of Arctic birds which have headed south for the winter.
A number of airlines operate regular services to the Isle of Man from regional airports throughout the British Isles such as Birmingham, Belfast, Dublin, Liverpool, London (Gatwick, Luton, London City) and Manchester. Isle of Man’s only airline Manx2 offers cheap flights to Belfast.