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There is a small sheltered sandy bay within the town which is surrounded by rocky headlands and cliffs.
Port St. Mary Beach is adjacent to the Isle of Man Coastal Path.
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The tide at Port St. Mary Beach is currently rising. High tide will be at approximately 4:08 AM, and the next low tide will be at approximately 10:12 AM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be Low
Approximate sea surface temperature: 10.7°CDetailed weather and tides »
There is a car park in the town, off The Promenade.
Dogs are allowed.
No lifeguard cover at this beach
Port Erin Railway Museum (1 miles)
Milner's Tower (2 miles)
Sound Visitor Centre (2.5 miles)
Craftworks Studio (3.4 miles)
The Old House of Keys (3.4 miles)
Nautical Museum (3.4 miles)
Rushen Abbey (4.3 miles)
All distances are approximate
less than a mile northeast as the seagull flies, just over a mile by road.
around 12 miles east-northeast as the seagull flies, around 14 miles by road.
around 13 miles east-northeast as the seagull flies, around 15 miles by road.
around 4 miles east as the seagull flies, around 5 miles by road.
around 7 miles east-northeast as the seagull flies, around 9 miles by road.
just over a mile west-northwest as the seagull flies, around 2 miles by road.
County: Isle of Man
Country: Isle of Man
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