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Car hire at Isle of Man Airport

Car hire at Isle of Man Airport

Isle of Man Airport (IOM) is the main airport serving the island, which is just off the west coast of England. It flies to the United Kingdom, Ireland and the island of Jersey, as well as seasonal routes to Switzerland and upcoming seasonal routes to Spain. You can get to the airport on the A5 arterial road.

What I need to know

Isle of Man Airport car hire is simple when you use our site. Compare car hire with us and you’ll find a great deal. We don’t charge cancellation or amendment fees so you’re covered if any of your plans should change. Our fantastic customer support will help you through the entire process.

Where to pick up my car

Isle of Man Airport car rental desks are found within the main terminal building. After you arrive, you just have to locate the right desk for your booking and hand over your information. Then, you can pick up your keys and head off to explore the island.

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
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Where to go

The Isle of Man has a lot to offer, from world-famous motorcycle races to relaxing beaches. There are also a number of golf courses found on the island, which means that you’ll have your choice of place to play. You can also learn about the fascinating history of the island.

Nearby Isle of Man Airport

When you’ve hired a car at the airport, you can reach most of the island within an hour. Then you can see everything the place has to offer. You can head to the capital, Douglas, where you can visit a museum dedicated to classic motorcycles.

Longer drives

You can head up the A18 arterial road to Bride, the northernmost part of the island. There, you can visit the beaches and see the beautiful lighthouse. You could also head to Ramsey, where you could visit the Heritage Centre and explore the dramatic scenery.

Eating and drinking

Despite the island being on the smaller size, it has a lot of delicious food to offer visitors, like the lovely locally sourced lamb. The island has an independently assessed quality assurance scheme, which will help you decide where you’d like to eat. With plenty of bars and pubs, the area surrounding Isle of Man Airport will keep you entertained as long as you’d like it to.

Things to do

You can visit the Old House of Keys in Castletown, which was the island’s centre of 19th century political life. The House of Manannan offers an interactive museum experience, where you can learn about the Isle of Man's fascinating Celtic, Viking and maritime history.

Sightseeing

You can visit the Laxey Wheel, which was built in 1854 to pump water from Glen Mooar, which was part of the Great Laxey Mines industrial complex. You can also head to Peel Castle, originally a place of worship before becoming the fort of an 11th century viking king.

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