Scotland's most southerly point
Scotland's most southerly point

Visit the Rhins of Galloway in south west Scotland

Visit the Rhins of Galloway in south west ScotlandAt whatever time of year you choose to visit the Rhins of Galloway in south west Scotland you can be sure that you will get a warm welcome from friendly local people. We are proud of this region and delight in sharing it with our visitors and holidaymakers.

We have an abundance of wildlife here and every season there’s something different and exciting to enjoy in the natural world of Dumfries and Galloway. With an RSPB reserve at Scotland’s most southerly point the Rhins of Galloway is a popular destination to see sea birds, butterflies and stunning views.

This area is inspirational for photographers and artists with so much stunning scenery and flora and fauna to discover.

Walkers and lovers of the great outdoors can enjoy rugged coastal paths and cliff top views making the Rhins of Galloway the ideal holiday destination for walking.

There are six wonderful Galloway gardens to discover in this quiet corner of Dumfries and Galloway. We have a huge variety of plants here which flourish in our mild climate. You can visit all six gardens during your holiday when you visit the Rhins of Galloway in south west Scotland.

Click the links below to view a wide range of holiday accommodation available in the region to suit families, couples and friends.

Many of our hotels, B and B’s, self-catering holiday cottages and caravan parks are dog friendly and have walks from the doorstep. Browse through our holiday accommodation listings to find your perfect holiday retreat and visit the Rhins of Galloway for your next holiday.

 

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