Our next walk took us back to Port Erin and the reason was the Southern 100 races that would start later in the week in the south of the island.
Our route today took us north along the coast. From the prom we followed the path that would lead us up a steady climb to Bradda Head Tower. Look like some work was under way to repair the brick work. Normally you can climb to the top but the door was blocked of. From the top of the hill you can look down the coast to the Calf and North to Peel Tower.
This is a nice spot for lunch in this cove area. Surrounded by steep cliffs. Then we keep following the path North and again we have to climb steep out again. It’s a big pull up and we follow the path along the top of the cliffs where it drops down to the A36 road.
This is where we turn 360 degrees to return along a track that leads into Sulby. Now you get different views. You can see Port St Mary and round to Castletown and Langness in the far distance. You then past though the back of Port Erin passing some nice houses on the way back to the prom.