Welcome to Biggar, a picturesque market town in the Southern Uplands of Scotland.
The town of Biggar is a key attraction on the Clyde Valley Tourist Route, boasting year-round events for all tastes, historical attractions and a superb range of traditional, independent shops.
Biggar provides an excellent base for your stay in Southern Scotland. Just 12 miles from Junction 13 of the M74 at Abington and less than an hour’s drive from Edinburgh. From Biggar, Scotland’s border towns are within easy reach.
Visiting South Lanarkshire is not complete without a trip to Biggar !
We take pride in our hospitality and in the ‘Eat-Drink-Stay’ section of the Directory you’ll find plenty of local businesses offering everything from a quick snack to premier accommodation.
When you’re in the Town Centre the Corn Exchange is an excellent place to do a check for last minute news about what’s on. The Grade B listed building which was originally built in 1860 is a key landmark in the Town Centre.
To find out more about Biggar’s rich and varied past , read our History of Biggar which gives you a brief introduction to key points in our history, from medieval times to the twentieth century.
We look forward to welcoming you very soon…