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We arrived on a cold and misty day which added to the atmosphere of the place and after reading the history of the place we could appreciate the hardships the early Christians had in trying to get there by boat from the sea.
We visited whilst staying at burrowhead holiday park. Had a lovely walk round the bay watched the tide come in with a coffee from the local bar. Bare in mind there is only a bar here where you can get food. Beautiful on a warm...More
Dating from the 1200s and still standing proudly on the headland. Had this small chapel all to myself so sat on the rocks nearby, soaking up the atmosphere and imagining what it must have been like for pilgrims landing here on their way to Whithorn...More
There is not much to see but it is a very impressive 600 years plus ruin. Just the main walls are left. You can see the original harbour where the pilgrims landed to visit the church. The town of Isle of Whithorn itself is worth...More
This small ruined chapel sits close to the sea with spectacular views across the sea. The whole area: the chapel, the seafront, the harbour, the bay and the village are all quiet, calm and attractive. Well worth a stop if you are in the area...More
Went there on a beautifully sunny day and it was lovely.We parked at the harbour and walked round to the chapel and the views were stunning all the way round .This is a lovely wee place well worth a visit.
Not much to see. Four partial walls is all that is left. Cairn for memorial stones was interesting.
Two memorials for the loss of the Solway Harvester were poignant reminders of the dangers of the sea.
Walk to the headland though short is very enjoyable.