7th Wave offers a range of wetsuits, buoyancy aids, neoprene gloves, boots and hoods, spray tops, bodyboards, snorkelling gear, beach toys and much much more.
Dates for 2017 dinghy sailing, powerboat and shorebased courses are all correct and up to date on the website.
The shop is open seven days a week during school holidays (10am – 5pm),
During term time from April to the end of September we are open every day except Monday.
Tennis courts, crown green bowling, putting and crazy golf.
Equipment and hire from the Cafe on site
Mountain bikes and Road cycles for sale and to hire.
Hire for over 16 years old only and charged by the hour or the day.
Delivery/collection can be arranged
|Take some time out to explore with Go-Mann Adventures:
Guided walks, tours & other adventures on the Isle of Man.
Choose from a range of walks along the Manx coast or through the hills; or design and book your own adventure… map reading, navigation, hiking challenges, trek training, hill & outdoor skills.
Small group sizes guaranteed.
|Go-Mann Adventures is run by expert guide Dr Andrew Foxon – a qualified Isle of Man Tour Guide (Guild of Manx Registered Tour Guides) and a Hill & Moorland Leader (Mountain Training Association) with a background in archaeology & landscape history and a passion for the outdoors.
To see our calendar of events follow the link to Go-Mann Adventures calendar.
An 18 hole, Par 70, 5774 yard course established in 1895 with stunning coastal views. There is also a 6 hole Pitch + Putt.
Clubhouse with Cafe: the Tee Caddy
Visitors welcome: buggy, trolley and clubs hire available
Bay View Road
Senior Club meets on Wednesday from 6.30 – 8.30pm in term time only and is for year 10
Youth Club meets 7.00 – 9.30pm in term time only and is for Year 7 – 9
The Youth Service offers places to go, things to do and people to talk to for young people aged 8 to 21, and is part of the Isle of Man’s Department of Education and Children, in venues across the Island.
There are many scenic walks around the village and surrounding area.
Three walking trails are marked on the Port Erin fold-up map and described in the “Walking Trails” booklet available from the Visitor Information Point at the Railway Station.
Interpretative display boards can be found at 7 locations around the village and harbour area, describing the sights of Port Erin and some of its history.
There are many walking booklets and guidebooks available from the Bridge Bookshop on Shore Road / Lower Promenade