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SWC300 South West Coastal 300 Three Day Itinerary based in Portpatrick

The South West Coastal 300 or SWC300 is growing in popularity and is now recognised as being the 2nd most popular route in Scotland after the NC500.

To enjoy this scenic route to its fullest, we recommend that you to take your time and explore the route slowly – probably over several trips. So to give you some ideas, here are our suggestions for a three or four night stay at Rickwood B&B in Portpatrick taking in as much of the nearby scenery as possible.

SWC300 Day 1   Explore The Machars

Selected Highlights: Scotland’s Book Town, St Ninian’s Cave, Whithorn Iron Age Round House, Gavin Maxwell’s Otter and Monreith Beach

SWC300 Day 2   Ayrshire Coast

Selected Highlights: Dunure Harbour, Culzean Castle, Burns’ Cottage and Birthplace Museum

SWC300 Day 3   Mull of Galloway and The Rhins

Selected Highlights: Portpatrick, Scotland’s Most Southerly Point – The Mull of Galloway, Logan Botanic Garden, Corsewall Point

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