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Useful Information

Isle of Man Useful Information

Before your Isle of Man holiday make sure you read our Useful Information guide below:

What is the Capital of The Isle of Man?
Douglas is the Capital of The Isle of Man. To find out more about Douglas, see our Douglas page.
What size is The Isle of Man?
The Isle of Man is 33 miles in length, 13.5 miles with an area of 221 square miles.
What is the population of The Isle of Man?
The Isle of Man is home to a population of just over 81,000 people.
What currency is used in The Isle of Man?
The Isle of Man accepts British currency and it is widely used on the island, amongst other currency. For more information on currency in The Isle of Man, see our currency section.
What languages are spoken in The Isle of Man?
The official language of The Isle of Man is English, but other languages are spoken. See our languages page for more information.
Do I need a passport to travel to The Isle of Man?
The passport laws are the same as in the UK.
The Isle of Man Time Zone
The Isle of Man follows the same time as the UK - Greenwich Mean Time in the winter and British Summer Time in the summer months.
Weather in The Isle of Man
The Isle of Man enjoys a temperate British climate, with the average summer temperature in the low to mid twenties. See our weather page for more detailed information.
Travelling to The Isle of Man
You can get to The Isle of Man by flying or by boat/ferry/catamaran. Fastcraft from Liverpool takes 2 hours 30mins or 4 hours by conventional ferry.
Airports in The Isle of Man
The Isle of Man airport is located to the south of the Island at Ronaldsway near Castletown. For more information on flights, see our Flights to The Isle of Man page.
How do I get around The Isle of Man?
There are plenty of ways to get around The Isle of Man. These include walking, cycling or by car. For more information on travelling around The Isle of Man see our Getting Around page.
The Isle of Man Telephone Dialing Code
The International Country code for The Isle of Man is: +44
The city code for The Isle of Man is: 01624
Can I Send Letters with UK Stamps?
No. The Isle of Man uses its own Manx Stamps which you need to send letters from the Island.
Public Holidays in The Isle of Man
Public holidays in The Isle of Man are the same as in the UK.
Health Care in The Isle of Man
As with Jersey and Guernsey, there is a reciprocal health agreement with the UK allowing all visitors from the mainland free medical treatment with no proof of UK residence required. This remains until 31st March 2010. However dental treatment and prescribed medicines must be paid for.
Vaccinations
No vaccinations are needed to enter The Isle of Man.

Tourist Information Centre
Sea Terminal
Douglas
Isle Of Man
IM1 2RG

Tel: (01624) 686 766