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Dumfries & Galloway

Dumfries & Galloway is a beautiful part of Scotland, with an undulating coastline of rocky shoreline and sandy beaches, and acres of forest and green spaces inland. Your break here can include outdoor activities, history and cultural attractions, delicious food and much more.

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How to travel to and around Dumfries & Galloway

Getting to Dumfries & Galloway


Trains run regularly from Glasgow to Ayr, and some trains continue along the coast to Girvan and Stranraer.

Trains run in the east of Dumfries & Galloway from Carlisle or Glasgow through Gretna Green, Annan, Dumfries, Sanquhar and Kirkconnell. A direct service to Lockerbie from Glasgow and Edinburgh is also available.

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Getting around


Follow National Cycle Route 7 from Carlisle along the stunning Galloway coastline. The route passes through picturesque towns, and at Newton Stewart you can either continue to follow Route 7 north, or switch to Route 73 to Stranraer. If you prefer to take the inland route, follow National Cycle Route 74 form Carlisle to Glasgow via Lockerbie and Beattock in the Moffat Hills.

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A tip from your local expert

A view over the treetops to Loch Ken in the middle distance, with thickly forested mountains beyond.

© Dumfries & Galloway Council / Mark Geddes, all rights reserved.

Explore the Galloway Forest park and follow in the footsteps of Robert the Bruce. It's also Scotland’s first Dark Sky Park! Meet red deer and wild goats, walk, cycle, enjoy a forest drive or picnic beside a peaceful loch.


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