Come and play tennis by the sea!
Kelburn Castle and Estate offers stunning walks, imaginative playtime, and creative activities.
Scenery and wildlife sea tours in and around the Firth of Clyde, operating from Largs.
Goatfell stands at 874 metres making it the highest point on Arran.
Lamlash Bay boasts great views out to the Holy Isle, and is the home to Arran Yacht Club. It also has a small beach of soft sand
Ascog Hall and its stunning Victorian Fernery is a fascinating day out, especially for nature lovers.
Crocodile Rock is an iconic Millport landmark.
Kay Park is a 30 acres park in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire
Award-winning beach located on the western coastline of Ayrshire
Barassie Beach is situated just round the bend in the coast, from Troon Beach, meaning it does not get nearly as busy as Troon beach.
Dunure Beach is mostly shingle and popular for walking and boat trips. Dunure Harbour offers a great place to stop and enjoy quality dining by the sea.
Kilmory beach is one of Arran's hidden gems and is a stunning but peaceful beach, accessed either by farm track or by path from Lagg
Lynn Spout is a stunning waterfall on the Caaf Water near Dalry in Ayrshire.
Garratt Gardens, in memory of Charlie Garratt a much loved Vet.
The Heads of Ayr are high cliffs which tower above a remote sandy beach.