Throughout the printed version of the Dumfries & Galloway Slow travel guidebook you will see a small 'finger click'symbol indicating the availability of extra online conten and split into bonus content separated over the six book chapters.
Is it any wonder that we didn't have enough book pages to be able to cover it all?
It is a large region of varied and beautiful countryside sprinkled with distinctive and attractive towns and villages. The coastline includes sweeping estuary, teeming saltmarsh, towering cliffs and fine sandy beaches, while the uplands of remote moors and craggy hilltops are a joy to explore, particularly if you are wanting to avoid any human contact. Added to this is a colourful history, one that has often played a pivotal role in the forming of the moderrn Scotland we enjoy today; a proud and welcoming people and a farming tradition to be savoured.