At the southern tip of the Isle of Man, the landscape becomes wilder and more remote where it meets the ocean. The rugged coastline here is the site of Spanish Head – a promontory which overlooks the Irish Sea.
As two of the most southerly headlands on the island of Jersey, Noirmont and Portelet face directly into the prevailing south-westerly winds, with nothing but open ocean between them and the coast of France.
Towards the centre of the Isle of Man, the rolling green lowlands rise upwards to form the largest hills on the island. The upland regions are places of remote beauty, fresh mountain air and unique habitats.
Every year, usually on the 5th of July, the Isle of Man comes together to celebrate Tynwald Day – the island's National Day. In the Norse language, Tynwald translates as Parliament Field.
The landscape has always played a key role in the history of the Isle of Man. While many parts of the island have been influential in this regard, few places have been as significant as Scarlett Point coastline.
It is no secret that Jersey in the Channel Islands is a lovely place to be. The island is stunning, with dramatic coastlines, historic fortresses and cottages, and cute towns.
Remote working can bring many wellbeing benefits to the lives of people. They get to skip the time-consuming and stressful daily commute or they save costs by working from home.