On the western side of the Rhins of Galloway is Portpatrick, a beautiful seaside town famous for its array of pastel-coloured homes around the bay. A popular holiday resort during the warmer months, Portpatrick is also the starting point for the famous Southern Upland Way walk, which is 212 miles long.

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