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Really nice views of the surrounding area and very quiet (at least when we were there). Walk around a bit, look for seals/sharks (we didn't see any but they are supposed to be around) but don't expect a lot of excitement as this area is...More
This was our second visit to Sound. We went on a Sunday at midday and it was starting to get busy. The car park is a one way system and only small. The one suggestion I have is for them to designate an area of...More
Across from the Calf of M and a pleasant walk down from Cregneash village, it's a beautiful spot to observe sealife and enjoy the rocky coast. A bus from Port Erin/Port St Mary takes you right down there.
Cregneash is a great place to visit, there are beautiful walks around the headland which look over the Calf of Man. The view of the currents and stationary waves in the sound with the changing tides are mesmerising. If you walk along the cliff edges...More
We went in a big family group of various ages and it was enjoyed by all. The elderly strolled and took in the magnificent scenery. The fitter walked the coastline tops and viewed the multitude of basking seals on the rocks and doing their acrobatic...More
We visited when the weather was turning and so it became cold but thankfully no rain. Would be very pleasant on a nice sunny day. There was less car parking that l envisaged and so we had to park on the approach road. Not a...More
The view of the Calf of Man overlooking the Sound is breathtaking. The detailed descriptions on the walls inside the cafe constitute the "visitor centre", but they add to the educational aspect of a visit. Go for the beauty, not the information!