Maybole has roots its roots in the Middle Ages, and it shows in the fine buildings you can spot along the High Street; from the Town Hall to Maybole Castle. This impressive building dates back to 1560, and was the meeting point for local lords and landowners.
You’ll spot other interesting buildings around Maybole, the 19th century Parish Church is set in striking orange stone and has an unusual architechtural style, but most impressive of all is Culzean Castle, just a short drive from Maybole.
If golf is more your style, there’s a picturesque 9-hole golf course that’s open to visitors, and for sight-seeing, Maybole is well placed for lots of South Ayrshire’s best attractions.
Explore what Maybole has to offer…
Activity Tours and Experiences
Beaches and Coastal Areas
With one of the most memorable stretches of coastline in the UK (all 45 miles) it should come as no surprise that we’re blessed with some of the country’s best beaches.
Camping and Caravaning
Castles and Towers
South Ayrshire is home to magnificent castles and historic buildings which attract visitors from far and wide. Not only is Ayrshire famous for Robert Burns, we also boast connections with some of Scotland’s most influential historical figures such as Robert the Bruce.
Culture and Heritage
South Ayrshire has plenty to attract visitors to come and explore the region and its rich culture and heritage.
South Ayrshire has some of the finest golf courses in the world, including two of the Open Championship courses in Royal Troon and Turnberry.
Museums and Galleries
Explore our museums and galleries.
Robert Burns, born in Alloway, Ayrshire on the 25th January 1759 is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide.
Choose from one of our many swimming pools – Ayr Citadel, Girvan Quay Zone, Prestwick, Troon or Maybole.