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.
The leafy, north-west region of the Isle of Man is home to the largest area of wetland on the island – the Ballaugh Curragh. This diverse ecosystem is an Area of Special Scientific Interest.
If you identify as a woman and are looking forward to traveling by yourself on a remote island, then you might consider seeing the Channel Islands, near England.
The northern regions of Jersey are a far cry from the bustling, tourist hotspots in the south. Here, the landscape is largely rural, with a colourful patchwork of agricultural fields being interspersed with quiet backroads and peaceful villages.