View of the harbour and beach at Maidens
Maidens Harbour © Scott Cameron Wanstall

Maidens is a small coastal village situated on the coast of the Firth of Clyde at the southern end of Maidenhead Bay, a series of rocks known as the “Maidens of Turnberry” form a natural harbour. The village lies north of the ruinous Turnberry Castle, the ancient seat of the Earls of Carrick, and only a few miles west of Maybole.

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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.

View of the harbour and beach at Maidens

Maidens is a beautiful coastal village, with a lovely, long sandy beach and a grass foreshore. The harbour, like many...