Attractions near Portpatrick
Logan Botanic Garden (9 Miles)*
In the far Southwest of Scotland on a peninsula washed by the Gulf Stream, Logan's mild climate allows a fine collection of exotic plants to grow out-of-doors.
Glenluce Abbey (12 Miles)*
Glenluce is a Cistercian abbey founded around 1192.
Newton Stewart Museum (25 Miles)*
The exhibits in The Museum have been gifted or lent by local people and each year sees many additions to the collections and displays.
Whithorn Priory & Museum (28 Miles)*
Whithorn Priory is the cradle of Christianity in Scotland, founded in the 5th century.
Creetown Gem and Rock Museum (29 Miles)*
The Creetown Gem Rock Museum houses one of the finest privately owned collections of gemstones, crystals, minerals, gemstone objet d'art and fossils in Britain.
Cardoness Castle (34 Miles)*
Cardoness Castle is the well-preserved ruin of a tower house of 15th century date, the ancient home of the McCullochs.
Souter Johnnie's Cottage (35 Miles)*
The inspiration for the character Souter Johnnie, Tam's 'ancient, trusty, drouthy crony' in Burns' poem Tam O'Shanter, was John Davidson, the real-life souter (shoemaker) who lived and worked in this cottage.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Portpatrick
Portpatrick (1 Mile)*
Stranraer (5 Miles)*
Situated at the head of the beautiful Loch Ryan, Stranraer is the perfect centre for today's active holidaymaker. Surrounded by 4 golf courses the town boasts several great attractions.
Ardwell (8 Miles)*
New Luce (12 Miles)*
Drummore (14 Miles)*
Drummore is Scotland's most southerly village, which sits on the eastern side of the South Rhins of Galloway. Although it is a small village it has three pubs, all of which serve food.
Ballantrae (19 Miles)*
Port William (21 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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