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St. Medan Golf Club

This family-friendly, 9 hole course, laid out on the shores of Luce Bay in south west Scotland, offers an interesting and challenging game for novices and experienced golfers alike. A special feature of St Medan is that there are 18 tees playing to 9 holes, making optimum use of the hilly peninsula with it’s wonderful scenery and panoramic sea views.

7 Stanes

Mountain biking has something for everyone – from easy woodland rides to the exhilaration of a downhill trail. It’s a great way to keep fit and at the 7stanes you can enjoy some of Scotland’s fine forest scenery at the same time. Mountain biking can be enjoyed by the whole family and at the 7stanes we have trails to cater for all ages and all abilities. If you’re new to the sport, we’ve provided some information below to help you get started.

Wigtown Bay Sailing Club

Wigtown Bay Sailing Club is based at Isle of Whithorn in the South West of Scotland and was founded in 1955. The Club was formed to promote and maintain interest in all forms of boating and seamanship, in the area.Currently the club has around 100 members divided between dinghy, cruiser and motor boat owners, and has a fleet of 5 Laser Picos, 3 Optimists , Wayfarer and 6 sit on kayaks available for the use of members.

Wigtownshire County Golf Club

The ‘County’ is one of the most popular holiday golf courses in South West Scotland, an 18-hole, true links course situated on the shores of Luce Bay. The excellent condition of the course, combined with subtly sloping greens and changing sea breezes, provide a test of golf for both high and low handicappers. The area enjoys a temperate climate, so golfing is possible year round, and the club is renowned for its friendly welcome to visitors

Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Club

Situated on the coast in south west Scotland, Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Club is just a short stroll from the picturesque village of Portpatrick and boasts two superbly maintained courses.

Stranraer Golf Club

Our course was designed in 1950 by the distinguished golf course architect, the late James Braid who was also involved in designing such great courses as Gleneagles, Rosemount, Carnoustie and Dalmahoy. His spirit lives on in this classic championship course at Stranraer.