For Scottish Holidays come to
Glorious Galloway a F.A.B.
experience with (Festivals, Activities & Beauty) walking, mountain biking, golfing, ancestral, history, Robert Burns.
to the Scottish holidays Glorious Galloway FAB (food,art & books) web site where your Scottish holiday can be centred around Galloway`s three theme towns
of food, art, books in this beautiful part of
Dumfries and Galloway Scotland and so much more.....
Organic Food, Farmers markets, Shopping for Art, painting, pottery, glassware, Books of all kinds old and new, eating out, festivals and events and a Mountain bike heaven in the Galloway forests. Visit our Food Town Castle Douglas a busy and
bustling market town, our Artists' Town, Kirkcudbright a
traditional fishing town packed with summer activities and Festivals and our
Book Town, Wigtown,
with over two million books and its annual Scottish Book Festival ... all located in "Glorious Galloway" and
surrounded by numerous other small towns and villages each one providing links
and gateways into our history, routes through our fabulous scenery and access to the myriad of indoor and outdoor activities available throughout the
Glorious Galloway were very pleased to welcome our Prize Winners (above) Mr & Mrs Williams from Bromborough, Wirral, Cheshire seen here being presented with a food & drink hamper donated by local producers from the area. The presentation was made by Brain Haining the Chairman and Steve Groome project manager of our consortium. During the 3 day stay Barbara and Mike visited many of our "MUST SEE" destinations and also experienced some great moments including watching Otters at the waters edge while at Loch Trool in Galloway Forest Park. They were here in early October and were spellbound by the colours of the scenery and by the light which Barbara said "was so clean and clear ideal for painting or photography". We thank Mike and Barbara for entering the competition and we look forward to seeing them again soon, Thier final comment as they were leaving for the drive home :- "We will back soon with our friends from the Wirral area."
Come along and experience Glorious Galloway for yourself and also see Whithorn the Cradle of Christianity in Scotland, Newton Stewart the Gateway to the Galloway
Hills, Creetown home to the famous Gem
Rock museum and the international Country and Western Music Festival, Gatehouse
of Fleet, Dalbeattie the granite town and New
Galloway at our uppermost tip with its new Community and Arts
Visit them all online to get a taster of things to do and what to see and then make the visit for real ... and give yourself plenty time ...
there is simply so much more to do than you could ever anticipate.