Sulby is a parish on the primary A3 road which connects Castletown and Ramsey in the Isle of Man. The name of the village of Sulby or Sõlabyr ('Soli's estate') or Sulaby (cleft farm) reflects the Scandinavian influence in Isle of Man place-names.
The old part of Sulby village (grid referenceSC382940) is situated at the junction of the A14 Tholt-y-Will Road and the B9 Claddagh Road. This part of Old Sulby Village has a mill and village green. The main part of the village is situated on the main A2 road between Close-e-Volley and Ginger Hall. The village has a primary school, an hotel and a campsite. The village is dominated by the Sulby River, the Ballamanaugh farm estate, common land of the Claddagh and Cronk Summark which includes the remains of an iron-age fort.