Drummore is the most southerly town in Scotland. The beach here faces north east, in the lea of the prevailing wind. Its sheltered position makes this a popular sailing spot, with a slipway to help to launch dinghies and a small harbour, with moorings. The beach is sandy and the adjacent town is friendly and welcoming, with plenty of visitor facilities, such as cafes and restaurants. I recommend a visit to the Rhins of Galloway and this town beach on its eastern side, looking back to the mainland.
What the beach means to Martyn and Davina.
An autumn scene at Drummore beach.