From rolling seas and dramatic cliffs to verdant forests and ruined castles, breaks to Dumfries and Galloway offer picturesque and dramatic vistas at every turn. Tucked away on Scotland’s southwest coast, Dumfries and Galloway is home to the the country’s first official UNESCO Biosphere, an international recognition of a world class environment for people and nature. You will also find distilleries creating deliciously aged Scotch, as well as intriguing windows onto history at Caerlaverock and Drumlanrig castles. With kayaking, mountain biking and plenty of hiking on offer for the more adventurous, there is something for everyone on a break to Dumfries and Galloway.
Dumfries & Galloway
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When to Visit
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