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RSPB Mull of Galloway, Mull of Galloway

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  • Probably not so much a hidden gem but more of a non-commercialised area of outstanding beauty. Although as it's in Scotland it is not a formal AONB. There is a short circular walk and footpaths to vie...  more »
  • My wife & I are RSPB members & enjoyed visiting this very remote location at the same time as visiting the nearby lighthouse. The RSPB staff as you would expect were very knowledgeable & very helpful  more »
  • Rather early visit for the nesting season, bit the two wardens on duty were very friendly and knowledgeable. Our grandaughter has seen gannetts diving a few times, but was fascinated by the life size ...  more »
  • Excellent views, a few PokéStops 😉 and a few short walks great for a good sunny day!
  • Some interesting displays but not worth a visit on its own
  • Fantastic place great views brilliant restaurant 😎😎
  • Stunning scenery lovely cream cakes it's a must visit peaceful and very beautiful
  • Beautiful view scotland is all its glory and if lucky will see dolphins