Jersey, the southernmost gem of the British Isles rests elegantly closer to France than England, a charming, idyllic haven for sailors, farmers, nature lovers, and prominent conservationists like Gerald Durrell.
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.
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.