As others have said this is the site to get away from it all, without traffic noise and beautiful views. The all grass site lies at the end of a concrete drive a couple of hundred yards from the small coastal village of Port Logan, its-self the terminus of two B roads. The site overlooks the Thomas Telford built quay and most of the semicircular mainly sandy bay which extend to the far Mull of Logan headland and then over the North Channel to the distant hills of Northern Ireland. The beach is dog friendly and ideal for our daily walks, and for the angler fishing is easy off both the beach and the quay. The site, which at the moment has only 4 pitches, does slope in two directions so levelling blocks or apparatus are required, and has EHU and toilet . There is no longer a pub or shop in the village and the nearest are at Drummore, about 5 mls away. Major shops such a Aldi, Morrisons (with a petrol station) and a Tesco can be found at Stranraer. There are 6 Gardens open to visitors within easy driving distance including Logan Botanic Gardens and those at Castle Kennedy. Other particular places of interest are the Mull of Galloway with it's lighthouse and Port Patrick, from where the Southern Upland Way long distance footpath starts. The site owners, Pam & Adrian, are friendly, knowledgeable and very helpful. There is a minimum of 7 night's stay on the site, which may not suit some, but as we and others have found there's plenty to do and see while staying there. It's an excellent site for relaxing and taking things easy. Look forward to returning in due course.