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List of islands of the Isle of Man

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List of islands of the Isle of Man

This is a list of islands of the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man (Manx: Ellan Vannin) is a Crown dependency in the centre of the Irish Sea. It is not part of the United Kingdom, European Union or United Nations.

There are several different islands in the Irish Sea that are part of the administrative country boundaries of the Isle of Man. Only two of the islands are populated, while two islands have been joined to the Isle of Man by causeways.

Islands of the Isle of Man

The Calf of Man
  • Isle of Man (Ellan Vannin) population - 80,056 (2006 Census)
  • Calf of Man (Yn Cholloo) population - 2 (2006 Census)
  • St Michael's Isle, or Fort Island (Ellan Noo Mael or Ynnys Vaayl) (connected to the mainland by a causeway)
  • St Patrick's Isle (Ellan Noo Perick) (connected to the mainland by a causeway)


Other coastal features:

  • The Stack (Calf of Man)
  • Yn Burroo (Calf of Man)
  • Spanish Head Cliffs
  • The Stack (The Chasms)
  • The Anvil (The Chasms)
  • The Sugarloaf Rock
  • Maughold Head & Brooghs
  • Cor Stack (Maughold)
  • Stack Mooar (Maughold)
  • The Stack (Peel)
  • Niarbyl Rocks (Niarbyl)
  • Creg Harlot (Bradda Head)
  • Llheeah-Rio (Castletown Bay)
  • Thousla Rock (The Sound)
  • The Cletts (Manx for rocks) (Calf of Man)
  • Gansey Point Rocks Gansey from Gansey Point
  • The Carrick (Bay ny Carricky Map)
  • Black Rocks, Gansey (Carrick Bay)
  • The Stack (Scarlett Point)
  • Crab Island (Castletown Bay)
  • Langness Point rocks
  • Derbyhaven Bay rocks and breakwater
  • The Clett (Clay Head)
  • Skeirrip (Laxey Head)

Former islands:

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