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Love going to the Point of Ayre
Watching the water battle the tide and current
Often see seals ducking in and out of the water
The stones on the beach are pretty and colourful
It is a special place that blows the cobwebs
Was part of our National Holidays tour. Driver had not been before and no-one knew what to expect. Road leading to lighthouse was marked private property so impossible to get near. The older members of our party, including me, did not have the time to...More
Not quite sure why the Caledonian Travel tour bus stopped at the Point of Ayre as its not really suitable for buses but here we are! Narrow roads leading down to the beautiful Point of Ayre Lighthouse and Winkie Lighthouse Tower. There was plenty room...More
A bit dramatic for a very quiet place, with all sorts of animals getting about their own business, eating one another.
But you are unlikely to see that.
The little lighthouse on the beach (pictured) is open and probably the one used today.
Okay so it's just a light house and you can see them anyway but Point Ayre is such a strange place. Silent (apart from the wind) and spectacular views of Cumbria and Scotland.
Defiantly worth a visit to take some photographs.
First time we have visited and what a wonderful place. We were lucky it was a beautiful clear day and we could see Scotland. It is lovely to visit somewhere so unspoilt. Nice to have a walk on the pebble beach even though it was...More
Just a yellow and red light house, nothing less nothing more, no surprises really. What else should i tell you, just a male genitalia shaped building on the sharp pointy boi of the island. There isn't even any trains or kipper baps or even tin...More