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Port St Mary

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Port St Mary is located on the south west side of the Isle of Man not far from Port Erin. Port St Mary or ‘Purt le Moirrey’ as the Manx would call it was once a major fishing and trading port. The village even now is still popular with tourists and fishermen, especially during the summer season.

Port St Mary is accessible via coastal paths a main road and the local steam train. The railway station lies on the northern entrance to the village. Steam trains operate on the line several times a day during the summer season, and stop at Port St Mary. The village is also served by Bus Vannin services to Port Erin, Castletown, Douglas and Onchan.

Port St Mary is best known for its beach at Chapel Bay and its fishing harbour with its inner and out breakwater lined with boats and yachts. It is also home to the Isle of Man’s only 9 hold golf course.

Port St Mary has several shops and pubs and offers several places to eat in the evenings including The Fish House. Other places to eat include and Indian and Italian restaurants plus good pub fayre at the Station Pub near the railway station.

Port St Mary harbour

The Fish House

1 Station Road, The Promenade, Port St Mary, Isle of Man, IM9 5BF

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