LOCAL TOWNS

  • CASTLE DOUGLAS

    Castle Douglas, nestled in between the Galloway hills and forests to the north and the sweeping beaches of the Solway to the south, has been nominated as the Food Town of the Dumfries and Galloway region.

     

    Over 50 locally owned businesses provide a unique shopping experience offering a fantastic selection of locally produced cheeses, pates, pies, confectionery, ice cream, chocolates, bread, shortbread, biscuits, fudge and specialist whiskies.

     

    Castle Douglas
  • DALBEATTIE

    The town of Dalbeattie was founded in 1793 as a mill town, a port and a granite quarrying centre. It has still got its Craignair Hill quarry, but now makes most of its income from tourism and service industries. Visitors to Dumfries and Galloway (south west Scotland) are invited to try our town for themselves. It looks good in any kind of weather and we offer a warm welcome.

     

    Dalbeattie
  • KIRKUDBRIGHT

    Kirkcudbright is an attractive and bustling little fishing town, for a long time famed as the favourite resort of artists and craftspeople.

    The town has an estuarine harbour - the home of a fleet of scallop boats, a historic old High Street with art & craft outlets, colourfully painted traditional Scottish townhouses, and a selection of mainly family-owned shops where most things can be got.

     

    Kirkcudbright
  • GATEHOUSE OF FLEET

    Kirkcudbright is an attractive and bustling little fishing town, for a long time famed as the favourite resort of artists and craftspeople.

     

    The town has an estuarine harbour - the home of a fleet of scallop boats, a historic old High Street with art & craft outlets, colourfully painted traditional Scottish townhouses, and a selection of mainly family-owned shops where most things can be got.

     

    Gatehouse of Fleet

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