The Fairy Bridge on the south-east of the Isle of Man has some pretty unique traditions! When crossing the bridge, it is unlucky not to greet the 'little people'. The term 'Fairies' or 'Ferrish' is not used on the Isle of Man. The Manx call the little people 'Mooinjer Veggey'. Those crossing the bridge are expected to say "Moghrey mie (Good morning), Fastyr mie (Good afternoon/evening) or Laa mie (Good day) Mooinjer Veggey."
The Fairy Bridge is located on the A5 between Douglas and Castletown in the parish of Malew.