Drummore is Scotland’s most southerly village. Within the village one will find a cafe, bar/restaurants,general stores (Scotland`s Most Southerly Store), and an information centre run by volunteers with great local knowledge.
Like most coastal villages in South West Scotland, Drummore has a harbour from which fishing charter operators On Yer Marks operate.
Close at hand to Drummore are a good number of guest houses, self
catering accommodation and also some choice camping and caravan pitches.
Drummore has an excellent bowling green where guests are made welcome.
Above the village is the Kirkmaiden Kirk and Old Cemetery. The kirk dates from about 1863. The burial ground contains some interesting graves, including those of mariners killed by a U-Boat in WWI. This cemetery also featured in the opening episode of ‘2000 Acres of Sky’ – a BBC TV drama production. There is also the tranquil beauty of Medan’s Chapel and Cave at Kirkmaiden, south of Drummore, which has a number of legends attached to it.
Where can I get a Coffee?
Check out the Mariner`s Coffee Shop in Mill Street, Drummore or head down to Gallie Crag at the Mull of Galloway
Mull of Galloway
South of Drummore stand the rugged 300 foot high cliffs of the Mull of Galloway, with views of, as local lore has it “5 Kingdoms” namely, the Isle of Man, England, Scotland, Ireland and Heaven! There is an award winning tea-room, car parking, plenty of birdlife monitored by the RSPB, nest-cams and a whole lot more.
Drummore is on the Mull of Galloway Trail and makes an ideal base to tackle the superb final section of the walk to the Mull of Galloway itself or, for a shorter and more level option to the lovely beach at Maryport.
Image Copyright Rose & Trev Clough. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic Licence. Image: Kirkmaiden Old Cemetery.