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Day Minibus Tours from Castle Douglas

LauraDavidsonLauraDavidson Member
edited April 2019 in Touring and Road Trips
Join us on a day tour in a small group with a tour run by 5 star rated Solway Tours. The tours will take in some key stops around the area and you will experience the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere finding out why this area has been designated as special by UNESCO. Bookings can be made online at the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere Website or in person at the Heart of Galloway visitor centre in Castle Douglas.

Tuesday 2nd April - Castles and Towers Tour
Taking in 4 key castles and tower houses around Castle Douglas and Kirkcudbright your experienced guide will be able to explain the similarities and differences in the history, architecture and influence of these locations. Enjoy the stunning locations and immerse yourself in the stories that shaped our landscape.

Thursday 11th April - Loch Ken Day Tour
This trip will give you a real flavour of local wildlife, art, history and environment. Meet artist Phil McMenemy who will give you a personal tour of his Gallery, look out for red kites and ospreys flying overhead, hear covenanter stories as you visit historic church yards and learn about the connection of one of our most famous scientists to this area.

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