BOOK HOTELS

Join in

Send page to a friend

Featured Destination

September 2017: Ashdown Forest

The return to school in September focuses the minds of two groups of travellers: in the first week parents looking for a last bite of ...More
More Uk destinations

64 Places to Visit in Dumfries and Galloway | Directory

Situated in the West of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway is an unspoilt county and the Poetic Heart of the country with plenty of opportunities for great day trips. Steeped in lore and legend,the area has attractions that are ancient and modern, small and grand. Notable places to visit include all the attractions on the Robert Burns Trail, Threave Castle and wondeful castle Kennedy Gardens

Annan | Caerlaverock | Canonbie | Castle Douglas | Creetown | Dalbeattie | Dumfries | Gretna | Isle of Whithorn | Kirkcudbright | Langholm | Lochmaben | Lockerbie | Minnigaff | Mochrum | Moniaive | Morton | Newton Stewart | Parkgate | Ruthwell | Stranraer | Thornhill | Wanlockhead | Whithorn

Click for comprehensive Dumfries and Galloway information

Birthplace of: Thomas Carlyle, Thomas Telford, Hugh MacDiarmid, William Paterson, Sir John Richardson, Joseph Thomson, Hugh Clapperton, Edward Irving, John Laurie, William McClelland, Hamish MacInnes, Kirkpatrick MacMillan, John Maxwell, William Mickle, James Mirrlees, Kirsty Wark,

Annan

Caerlaverock

Canonbie

Castle Douglas

Creetown

Dalbeattie

Dumfries

Gretna

Isle of Whithorn

Kirkcudbright

Langholm

Lochmaben

Lockerbie

Minnigaff

Mochrum

Moniaive

Morton

Newton Stewart

Parkgate

Ruthwell

Stranraer

Thornhill

Wanlockhead

Whithorn

For our main Dumfries and Galloway page click here


Brit Quote:
Between friends differences in taste or opinion are irritating in direct proportion to their triviality. - W H Auden
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Blore Heath - 1459, Chaplin Returns to England - 1952, 1st British woman News reader - 1955, BBC launches the world's first Ceefax teletext service. - 1974, Steve Redgrave wins 5th Olympic Gold Medal - 2000
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages