With its traditional fishing port and beach with views towards Ailsa Craig and Arran, Girvan is a popular South Ayrshire seaside town. Dalrymple Street is the commercial centre of the town and hosts a number of independent shops and on the outskirts of the town there is a Whisky distillery and a chocolate factory. MORE INFO
Lying on the shores of Loch Ryan, Stranraer was for more than a century a busy ferry port linking SW Scotland and Northern Ireland. Stranraer is still a bustling town, enjoying a period of economic regeneration. Sport plays a big part in community life as Stranraer has an indoor curling rink, a semi-professional football team and rugby team. MORE INFO
The historic market town of Newton Stewart lies at the foot of the stunning Galloway Hills, which form part of Britain’s largest forest park and enjoy official Dark Sky status. With its own community-owned cinema, golf course, gin distillery and High School, it is the thriving hub of the Machars. MORE INFO
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