Drummore provides a perfect base for garden lovers, There are may open gardens in the Rhins.
The exceptionally mild climate allows an array of tender, exotic plants to thrive outdoors all year round and a number of unusual trees and plants, Castlemoor`s local open garden Logan Botanic Garden is arguably Scotland’s most exotic gardens.
We are minutes from some of the best coastal walks in Dumfries and Galloway. The Mull of Galloway Trail runs from the Mull of Galloway to Stranraer. Most of the walk is coastal, affording stunning views over the nearby countryside,
Mull of Galloway Circular walk
Walk the Mull of Galloway West
Walk East Tarbet to Portankil
Walk Ardwell Pond
Many species can be caugh from either rocks or boats round the Mull of Galloway and some of the many bays, beaches and lochs.
There are many sea fishing charters available in the area, specialising in tope, common skate, smoothhound and light tackle pollack fishing.
The nature reserve at the Mull of Galloway, Drummore, Scotland is one of the RSPB's smallest, yet it contains an amazing variety of wildlife. There are regular wildlife walks and bird spotting with the RSPB ranger at the Mull of Galloway