Stinchar Falls lie on the River Stinchar, which flows all the way from the Galloway Forest Park to the Firth of the Clyde at Ballantrae.
The stunning Ardencraig Gardens, situated in Rothesay, were originally designed as part of the nearby Ardencraig House.
The West Island Way is a long distance walking path route on the Island of Bute.
The stunning Eas Mor Waterfall can be reached by a tough but worthwhile forest walk
Stravanan Bay itself is a fine sandy beach, more secluded than many of the better known beaches further up the west coast of the isle.
Loch Thom is a reservoir which since 1827 has provided a water supply to the town of Greenock
This wide sandy beach boasts excellent views out over the Firth of Clyde and across to Arran.
Ascog Hall and its stunning Victorian Fernery is a fascinating day out, especially for nature lovers.
Orchard Gardens are beautiful gardens with herbaceous borders, formal pond and formal flowerbeds, which are always full of colour
Kildonan beach is also known as Silver Sands due to its incredible beauty and clean sands.
Ailsa Craig, sometimes referred to as the Granite Jewel of the Firth of Clyde, is an island that sits in the outer Firth of Clyde.
Loch Iorsa sits in a scenic glen on the west of Arran. It runs through the heart of Dougarie Estate.
This sandy beach lies in the picturesque holiday village of Maidens and runs north all the way to Culzean Castle and Country Park.
Urie Loch is a stunning loch near Lamlash on Arran.