The cave was found in the 1880s by Richard Cox Gough, who turned it into a show or tourist cave which was illuminated with an early electric lighting system in 1899.
This unique self-governing kingdom commands an enviable position in the Irish Sea and reveals its magical coastline as you approach on one of our ferries.
For others it is the sheer beauty of the Island that springs to mind.
The Island has a stunning and varied landscape which comprises lush valleys, undulating hills, sandy beaches and wooded glens.
Plus, a 1000-year-old cathedral with Europe’s finest example of medieval carvings, and the one and only 700-year-old Rows galleries for a unique shopping experience.
Take a stroll along the River Dee on the ‘Groves’, a paved promenade complete with Edwardian bandstand.