Mull of Galloway Lighthouse VLOG

I was recently out with a friend, who told me about the lighthouse and how it featured in a movie. He showed me some photos and I knew I had to take a visit.

From Glasgow to here its 2.5 to 3 hours drive. This was an interesting drive with lots of narrow and winding roads, but it was 100% worth it as you will see by my video it was stunning….and would be more stunning on a lovely clear day.

The Mull of Galloway is Scotland’s most Southerly Point and one of the best kept secrets in the UK. The Rhins of Galloway peninsula remains an unspoiled paradise for visitors on the lookout for peace and tranquillity. Beautiful countryside awaits you in the Rhins of Galloway, together with miles of sandy beaches, splendid views and cliff top walks.

Wildlife in the area is abundant and the Mull of Galloway is one of the best places in the UK to view dolphins, porpoises and many sea birds. The warm climate means that the area is blessed with stunning gardens, each with its own individuality, and a variety of plants and trees.

Crail Harbour Scotland 4K VLOG

I was recently told to try the Fife coastal drive, and I had a wee look on the map and thought O.K I will start at Crail and take in a few spots.

This was my first time here and its lovely.

First Drive to Inveraray Scotland Vlog

Recently a friend was talking to me about some places I should take a visit to, and one of them was Inveraray.

I started to have a look at the route and noticed on my way I could stop and check out Rest and Be Thankful, if you have never seen the place then check out my vlog on it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stQfL…

I had never been to Inveraray before, so I was really looking forward to checking it out.

Inveraray is a town in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of Loch Fyne, near its head, and on the A83 road. It is a former royal burgh, the traditional county town of Argyll, and ancestral seat to the Duke of Argyll.

The drive from Glasgow to there was stunning! and I cant wait to do it again as I love looking at the Scottish scenery.

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