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  • Portpatrick Portpatrick

    Portpatrick is a secluded village on the west coast of the Rhins of Galloway, close to Stranraer and the dramatic Mull of Galloway. Take a walk along the cliffs, explore the local forts, play golf at great links courses, and enjoy tennis and afternoon tea in the village.

  • Mull of Galloway Mull of Galloway

    The Mull of Galloway is the southernmost point in Scotland, with dramatic views over the Solway Firth to England, Ireland and the Isle of Man. See the lighthouse,look for sea birds gliding over the sea cliffs, or simply enjoy the amazing fresh air that comes in from the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Southern Upland Way Southern Upland Way

    The Southern Upland Way runs for 212 miles from Portpatrick to Cockburnspath, passing through Castle Kennedy, Sanquhar, Galashiels and Lauder. Walk the Way in stages, or have a great two week holiday by completing the whole Way

  • Stranraer Stranraer

    Stranraer is a port town at the head of Loch Ryan, with ferries sailing to Belfast. It is the main town for Portpatrick and Wigtownshire. With direct rail and coach links to Glasgow, there is no reason why you cannot enjoy a holiday or day out in Portpatrick and the Rhins of Galloway.