Drummore is a harbour village in southwest
Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway, 17 miles
south of Stranraer town, 5 miles north of the
Mull of Galloway, furthest south
point in Scotland.
Drummore has a hotel, inn, cafe, is popular
for fishing, and is close to the top attraction
- the Mull of Galloway.
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The image top is looking from the breakwater
across to Drummore.
The image second top is of St Medan Church
in the village centre. This church was built in
1903 to replace Kirkmaiden Church from 1638.
Church is also still used, it is situated
one mile up in the hills above the village, an
extremely scenic area with great views.
The Queens Hotel is
situated on Mill Street on the road down to the
harbour. The Queens is popular for meals and
has live entertainment some nights.
Mariners Coffee Shop is also situated on
Mill Street, a short walk from the harbour.
The Ship Inn is situated on Shore Street by
the harbour. The Inn serves drinks, meals and
has entertainment at times.
The image right is of Kirkmaiden Church up
on the hills.
Kilstay Bay is situated just over one
mile north of Drummore with the main road
running around the bay. This is a popular place
for sea fishing, with up to 30 anglers at a
time on the beach, with sea bass being the top
Five miles south of Drummore is the Mull of
Galloway, furthest south point in Scotland. The
area has a popular visitor centre with a
cafe/restaurant, lighthouse museum, and RSPB
visitor centre for information on wildlife.
The Mull of Galloway is now one of the
top attractions in Scotland, attracting
visitors from all over.
The Area Click on Map link below shows all
the attractions in this area. You can just
visit all the attractions in one day, as long
as you plan where you are going.