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Portpatrick Beach, Stranraer

Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, UK


Portpatrick is a small fishing village with an inner and outer harbour. The beach sits within the outer harbour and provides sheltered conditions and is an interesting mix of sand, shingle and rocks.

Portpatrick is the start of the Southern Uplands Way.

Facilities

Parking, shops, cafe and restaurants in the village close by the beach.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Stranraer on 9th December 2016

00:43 - Low Tide (0.73m)
07:03 - High Tide (2.84m)
12:56 - Low Tide (1.11m)
19:22 - High Tide (2.97m)


Photos nearby Portpatrick beach


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