Discover the nature and geography of Dumfries & Galloway, a region where unspoiled natural beauty thrives from the sandy shorelines to the highest peaks. Explore a Forest Park, ancient wood or enjoy a stroll while watching for wildlife.
When exploring Dumfries & Galloway’s picturesque towns and villages, you are never far away from vast forests, streams and miles of sandy shore. Discover how the beautiful scenery and clear night sky provide the perfect backdrop for fun activities and an abundance of wildlife, inspiring the work of local writers, artists and craftspeople.
From the 7,000 twinkling stars you can spot at Galloway Forest Park to the sandy white beaches of the Solway Coast and the jaw dropping cliffs of the Mull of Galloway, Dumfries & Galloway’s nature and geography never fails to amaze those who experience this gorgeous region.
Visit the caves in Scotland and admire these amazing natural features. St Ninian’s Cave is believed to have been used by Scotland’s first saint, while Smoo Cave is Britain's biggest sea cave, and a marvellous sight to behold.