The naturally occurring Glaid Stone marks the highest point of Great Cumbrae at 417ft.
The Holy Cave at Hunterston in the Parish of West Kilbride is known for its associated with Saint Mungo, The Patron of Glasgow.
Ballochmartin Bay is wide sweeping bay of sand, cobbles and stones
Glen Rosa is a stunning glen near Goat Fell mountain, with breathaking scenery.
Greenock Cut Visitors' Centre is situated close to Loch Thom in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park
The sand of Irvine beach is said to be immaculate.
Whiting Bay is a stunning one mile long beach with a shallow bay.
Clyde Muirshiel - literally meaning "moorhut" - is the collective name for countryside set aside for conservation and recreation on the South Clyde estuary.
Tairlaw Linn is a waterfall near Straiton in South Ayrshire.
Kames Bay is located on the southern coast of the Isle of Great Cumbrae
This unusual geological feature is located near Kilchattan Bay on the south end of the Isle of Bute.
Picturesque loch outside the village of Kilmacolm
Turnberry Point and Lighthouse is situated close to the 9th hole of Turnberry Golf Course.
This picturesque waterfall lies off of a minor road near Doon Bridge, around a mile west of Dalmellington
The beautiful Pirnmill beach located in the small village of Pirnmill on the north-west coast of the Arran.