Turnberry is a coastal village, popular as a Victorian tourist destination after the creation of public transport links to Ayr and Glasgow. It’s world famous for its iconic golf course and beautiful luxury hotel and spa resort. Turnberry is home to two championship golf courses and the Colin Montgomery Links Golf Academy – a great destination for enthusiasts of all ages.
Perched on the rocky point is the immaculately maintained Turnberry Lighthouse, and the ruins of Turnberry Castle – thought to be the birthplace of Robert the Bruce. The views to Arran and Ailsa Craig are gorgeous, especially when enjoyed with a glass of champagne, or a delicious meal.
Explore what Turnberry has to offer…
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.
South Ayrshire has some of the finest golf courses in the world, including two of the Open Championship courses in Royal Troon and Turnberry.