The long distance path starts from the northern end of the harbour, and goes up steps to the Portpatrick Hotel, then an old BT building and the golf course.
|Looking down on the end of the old railway line.|
|Be careful about that 'evasive action'!|
|Port Kale and Port Mora where Dunskey Glen meets the sea|
|The Coastal Interpretation Centre - though no one was interpreting today.|
|There are a couple of sections with steps and handrails|
|Tormentil and spring squill|
|To the Lighthouse - privately owned, so no coffee here!|
"The lighthouse was built in 1900, although the dangerous crosscurrents have still caused some shipwrecks including that of the Craigantlet, a container ship which ran aground in 1982 - the remains can still be seen in the bay below."
|Looking away from the sea, this could almost have been Derbyshire.|
|...and another one?|
|Down the steps|
|and a cave|
|Looking down into Portpatrick|
|And it wasn't flat.|