Pilgrims, Christine Ramsay, Ken Wilson, and Sara Parks, from Canada, walked the Whithorn Way in July 2019, and we are very grateful that they created a Vlog of their journey.
The Ayrshire Coastal Path shares some routes of the Whithorn Way. The Ayrshire Coastal Path is well signposted and is maintained by a dedicated group of enthusiastic like minded people. The route takes you through stunning coastal scenery, with an abundance of Flora and Fauna and rich heritage sites.
Destination Whithorn showcases this amazing town, its thriving businesses, and its people. Find Destination Whithorn on Facebook and discover what's going on in the ancient Royal Burgh of Whithorn.
Girvan is directly on the Whithorn Way route and has a picturesque harbour with a stunning coastline and friendly people. Girvan makes for a great place to stay and explore. There are many fine cafés and restaurants within walking
The Whithorn Trust was formed in 1986 and has been at the forefront with modern innovations of archaeology to explore and to keep the history of Whithorn preserved for generations to come.
Whithorn Trust runs the exhibition and museum detailing the town's 1600 years of Christian history. Coffee and gift shop with locally sourced products.
The Whithorn Trust manages the archaeological site associated with the earliest evidence of Christianity in Scotland, and traditionally known as "Candida Casa", the white church founded in the fifth century.
Walk the Whithorn Way, is very privileged to share a great proportion of its route with the National Cycle Network Route 7.
Sustrans is a charity that is dedicated and passionate about, providing safe access for wheelchair users, cyclists, and walkers, throughout, towns, cities, and the countryside.
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