BY CAR You'll find Portpatrick in the south western corner of Scotland. It's an easy drive from most cities in the north of England and central Scotland. And if you are coming from further afield the region is well placed within the motorway network. From the North take the A77 from Glasgow. From the South take the A75 from Dumfries. Approaching the village on the A77 from Stranraer, pass the War Memorial and follow the road down to the seafront. Turn right and the Waterfront is only a few yards away.
BY BUS Leading coach operators offer fast, frequent connections from most parts of Britain. So why not sit back and let someone else drive you here? Transport Direct Connecting People to Places by Bus www.transportdirect.info
BY RAIL If you are arriving from England get on to the West Coast line. Change at Glasgow onto the Stranraer line and that will deliver you direct to Stranraer. If you are coming from Scotland, get yourself on a south-bound train and head for Glasgow then Stranraer.
BY SEA If you are coming from Ireland, the best thing to do is to head for Larne or Belfast. Then take the ferry to Cairnryan and you'll step or drive ashore in Dumfries & Galloway. It is then only a 15 mile journey to Portpatrick.
BY AIR The quickest and often the easiest way to get here and if you book in advance you get some real bargains. Edinburgh and Glasgow are both within three hours and Prestwick Airport less than 2 hours drive from Portpatrick. Flights to these Airports are operated by British Airways, British European, Aer Lingus, British Midland, EasyJet, Ryanair and Scot Airways.