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Port Erin Beach

Port Erin, Isle of Man, , UK


Port Erin beach is a sheltered sandy beach on the south of the island. You also have Spaldrick beach, a small pebble beach around the corner to the north of the main Port Erin beach.

You have some excellent walks in this area; try the hill walk to Bradda Head with great views over Port Erin.

There are fishing trips and excursions to the Calf of Man from the small harbour.

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Facilities: promenade, parking, shops, food

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Port Erin on 4th December 2016

01:43 - High Tide (4.82m)
07:45 - Low Tide (1.15m)
13:59 - High Tide (5.03m)
20:13 - Low Tide (1.07m)


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