Laxey Beach is situated on the east coast on Isle of Man. It has a pebble and sand beach, which gets progressively sandier the closer you go to the low-water mark. The beach sits in the picturesque Laxey Bay. It is bordered by cliffs to the south and by the harbour breakwaters to the north. Have a stroll along Laxey beach or walk the harbour. Look out into the bay and see the Northern Gannet feeding. Also look for Eurasian Curlew , Black Guillemot, Peregrine Falcon, and many more birds.
Park in the village or by the harbour. Access to Laxey Beach is easy by bus, car or using the Manx Electric Railway which has a main station just a few minutes walk from the beach.