This tour is 7.1 miles long, please allow at least 2 hours 5 minutes to complete it, excluding the time taken to enjoy the destinations along the way.
The walk takes you along good paths past memorable sights. The sights include the well preserved peel tower of Portencross, to which King Robert II was a frequent visitor. Further on past the decommissioned Hunterston A Power Station and the modern Hunterston B Power Station, which supplies around 25% of Scotland’s power needs, you can find Kelburn Country Park and Largs Yacht Haven.
Portencross is a hamlet near Farland Head in North Ayrshire, overlooking the Firth of Clyde.
The Lady Margaret, foundered at Portencross on her maiden voyage in 1770, all recovered artefacts are on display in the West Kilbride Museum
The Holy Cave at Hunterston in the Parish of West Kilbride is known for its associated with Saint Mungo, The Patron of Glasgow.
Fairlie is a small village in North Ayrshire, around 3 miles from Largs
Largs' most famous monument is The Pencil, situated at the south end of the Prom, near to Largs Marina.