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  • Scottish Tourist Visitor Attractions Scotland
    for 3 miles at low tide There is a large parking area with picnic tables Near to Ardwell Sandhead Stoneykirk Mull of Galloway Visitor Centre Museums Visitor Centres Beaches Rocky Shores Woodlands Nature Reserves Walks Address Mull of Galloway Drummore DG9 location map Telephone 01776 830682 Website http www mull of galloway co uk Admission Free Information about the RSPB reserve and it s wild inhabitants Live camera link to breeding birds on sea cliffs Near to Drummore New England Bay Beaches Rocky Shores Address Ardwell DG9 location map Admission Free A long sandy beach next to a popular camping caravan site with shallow rock pools and shingle easily accessible and well worth a visit Ample parking toilets Near to Ardwell Drummore Port Logan Port Mora Port Kale Beaches Rocky Shores Walks Address Portpatrick DG9 location map Admission Free Follow the Southern Upland way from Portpatrick and you will come across two bays The first Port Mora is a sandy beach with interesting caves The second Port Kale is a pebbly rocky beach that meets up with Dunskey Glen Near to Portpatrick Torrs Warren Ringdoo Point Beaches Rocky Shores Woodlands Nature Reserves Walks Address Dunragit DG9 location map Admission Free Waymarked woodland walks are easily accessible from the car park at this Forestry Commission managed forest You may even spot one of the resident red squirrels or common lizards Access to Ringdoo Point is possible through Torrs Warren and provides views over Luce Sands Near to Castle Kennedy Dunragit Wig Bay the Scar Castles Historic Sites Beaches Rocky Shores Walks Address Kirkcolm DG9 location map Admission Free The Scar is a sandbank jutting out into Loch Ryan and in summer it is the home of the largest colony of nesting migrant Terns in Dumfries and Galloway The site is also

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  • Scottish Tourist Visitor Attractions Scotland
    to the 12th centuries as well as information boards giving more history about the stones and the meanings of the inscriptions Near to Ardwell Sandhead Stoneykirk Logan House Gardens Gardens Castles Historic Sites Address Port Logan DG9 9ND location map Telephone 01776 860239 Email vickyr81 hotmail com Admission There is a charge for visiting this attraction Centred around Logan House as the name suggests this 2 acre garden dates from the 1870s and although separate from the Botanic Gardens also boasts plants gathered from across the planet Woodland walk The gardens had overgrown but were restored to their former glory in 2001 Near to Ardwell Drummore Port Logan Marian Tower Castles Historic Sites Address Leswalt location map Admission Free Heading north from Leswalt on the B798 is a 19th century white monument called Marian Tower The tower may have been a memorial to a local girl killed by a bull but other reports claim it was Sir John Ross a local arctic explorer who built it in tribute to one of his family Whatever the reason for its construction it remains a family landmark in the North Rhins Near to Leswalt Kirkcolm Stranraer Town Trail Castles Historic Sites Walks Address Stranraer DG9 location map Website http www stranraer org Admission Free You can pick up a leaflet for this walk around Stranraer from the Tourist Information centre The trail takes you round some of Stranraer s most historic and interesting buildings Look out for the blue information plaques on walls along the way Near to Stranraer Leswalt Castle Kennedy Wig Bay the Scar Castles Historic Sites Beaches Rocky Shores Walks Address Kirkcolm DG9 location map Admission Free The Scar is a sandbank jutting out into Loch Ryan and in summer it is the home of the largest colony of nesting

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  • Scottish Tourist Visitor Attractions Scotland
    Parks 1 Putting Greens 1 Walks 12 Woodlands Nature Reserves 4 Results 11 to 12 of a total 12 for Walks Torrs Warren Ringdoo Point Beaches Rocky Shores Woodlands Nature Reserves Walks Address Dunragit DG9 location map Admission Free Waymarked woodland walks are easily accessible from the car park at this Forestry Commission managed forest You may even spot one of the resident red squirrels or common lizards Access to Ringdoo Point is possible through Torrs Warren and provides views over Luce Sands Near to Castle Kennedy Dunragit Wig Bay the Scar Castles Historic Sites Beaches Rocky Shores Walks Address Kirkcolm DG9 location map Admission Free The Scar is a sandbank jutting out into Loch Ryan and in summer it is the home of the largest colony of nesting migrant Terns in Dumfries and Galloway The site is also important to waders Wig Bay was used as base for flying boats in World War Two There is a circular walk here that goes from the car park and follows the shoreline until you take a left turn towards Kirkcolm and then back to the car park see the walks section on the activities page Notice the beach is littered with

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  • Add | Submit url | web site to Dumfries and Galloway based Directory
    Tourist Information Site Add Your Business Website URL Add your business to the Rhins directory free or featured listings available Home About The Rhins Towns Villages Accommodation Where to Eat Out Activities Tourist Attractions Wildlife Local Businesses Buy Local Books Local Information Advertise Free Paid Privacy and Cookies Contact Us Home About The Rhins Towns Villages Where to Stay Where to Eat Out Activities What to Do Tourist Attractions Local

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