Port Grenaugh Beach and Steam Railway Station

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There is a single track road leading down to the beach at Port Grenaugh which can be steep in places, with limited parking space. The coastal walk would not be suitable for wheelchair users, and can get muddy and waterlogged at times. The walk from Santon Station to Port Grenaugh is 1.2 miles. The roads do not have any kerb's along them.

Brief Description:
Port Grenaugh Cove beach is situated on the SE coast of the Isle of Man, between Castletown and Port Soderick. The beach is a secluded little cove, with both sand and rock. A short walk from the beach is the Crank ny Merriu, a Celtic Iron age fort. The Isle of Man steam railway passes through Port Grenaugh, stopping at Santon Station. This is the closest stop to the Cove and beach .

Further Information:
Port Grenaugh, Isle of Man IM9 

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Opening Hours:
Village open daily.

Situated 3.2 miles E of Ballasalla. Head North East on A5. After 1.3 miles, turn right onto Old Castletown Road. Continue for 1.2 miles, turning right onto the B25 unnamed road. There is a sign post here for Port Grenaugh. This will lead you along Glenn Grenaugh to Port Grenaugh Cove and its car park at  OS SC316705 .

Santon station is the closest stop when taking the steam railway. There is a 1.2 mile walk from here down to Port Grenaugh.
Accessible by car, with limited parking. (Although this is a secluded area).

It has a station on the Isle of Man Steam Railway. Contact Isle of Man Public Transport, Banks Circus, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5PT
Telephone: +44 1624 662525 (Infoline) https://www.gov.im/categories/travel-traffic-and-motoring/bus-and-rail/

Closest amenities can be found at the Santon Motel, situated 1.4 miles from Port Grenaugh. Further amenities can be found in Ballasalla, situated W of Port Grenaugh along the A5. Newtown is also situated along the A5, NE of Port Grenaugh.