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Ayr
Big slide at the park

Ayr Beach Park

The Ayr Esplanade Play Park is located right next the beach and is just a short walk from the town centre. Nearby, there’s also Pirate Pete’s Soft Play and an Amusement Arcade as well as a big wide space on the Low Green with lots of room for ball games...
Maybole
Croy beach

Croy Shore Beach

Croy Beach is located between Maidens and Dunure in Ayrshire. With views of Culzean Castle, Alisa Craig and the Isle of Arran it is a popular spot for walkers and families. Croy beach is adjacent to the Ayrshire Coastal Path.
Prestwick
Prestwick beach people cycling on promenade

Prestwick Beach

During the late Victorian era and into the 1900’s, Prestwick was a popular health resort where people would come to enjoy the sea breezes and walks along the beach. The beach area is mainly sand although there is an area of shingle to the south, whic...
Maidens
Maidens Harbour

Maidens Beach

Maidens is a beautiful coastal village, with a lovely, long sandy beach and a grass foreshore. The harbour, like many Ayrshire harbours, was built for fishing, but today is mainly used by folk who sail for pleasure. At the north of the beach is Culze...
Dunure
Dunure beach with castle in background

Dunure Beach

Dunure has a lovely little harbour, overlooked by a historic ruined castle, which clings to the cliff above. The village is an old fishing village, where charming cottages surround the harbour area, but which is now used only by pleasure craft. The b...
Girvan
Girvan beach

Girvan Beach

Girvan has a beautiful, wide sandy beach with a promenade right along its length, and a large expanse of grass beside it. Starting at the lively harbour, you can enjoy an interesting mix of boats, for fishing and pleasure, and if you’re lucky you’ll spo...
Ballantrae
Ballantrae Bay Beach

Ballantrae Beach

Ballantrae is beautiful place to visit, with a charming mixture of tranquillity and ruggedness. To the north is the harbour, once home to a thriving fishing community, where families occupied all the cottages along the foreshore. As with most small fish...