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The golf course at Dalmilling.

A delightful parkland course set in the heart of Burns’ country. First opened in 1961, Dalmilling is set between Ayr’s famous Racecourse...

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Girvan golf course with stunning views of the coastline.

Girvan is a popular links and parkland course which has remained largely unchanged since James Braid took advantage of the same stunning...

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The course at Royal Troon with views of Arran.

The home to three fantastic courses. Darley – recently tamed, but still recognised as one of the most challenging courses to play...

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The landscaped golf course at Seafield.

Home to not one but two fantastic courses designed by legendary architect James Braid. Belleisle and Seafield Golf Courses opened in 1927....

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The popular pond full of wildlife.

Rozelle Estate is now a beautiful park, gifted to the public in 1968. The gardens combine mature woodland, rhododendron walks and an ornamental pond; and it’s a relaxing place to visit...

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The sandy shores of Troon beach

Troon beach is divided into two beach areas. Barassie shore opens up to the north, and Troon curves into a bay and...

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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 Ayrshire harbours,...

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Dunure has a lovely little harbour, overlooked by a historic ruined castle, which clings to the cliff above. The village is an...

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Stunning view of Girvan Promenade

Girvan has a beautiful, wide sandy beach with a promenade right along its length, and a large expanse of grass beside it....

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A group coasteering off the bay at Ballantrae

Ballantrae is beautiful place to visit, with a charming mixture of tranquillity and ruggedness. To the north is the harbour, once home...

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Sandy beach and rolling waves with views of the island of Arran in the background

Ayr has a wonderful, clean, sandy beach, which has been enjoyed for generations. You can enjoy a picnic, build sandcastles, splash in...

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Young children playing in an outdoor play park.

Belleisle Park is a great day out for families, with a deer park, a well-equipped children’s play park, woodland walks and a formal...

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The fragmentary ruin is all that remains next to the sea

It’s unknown exactly when Turnberry Castle was built, but it passed to the Earls of Carrick at the beginning of the 13th century. Later that century, Marjorie, Countess...

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View of the tall tower remains from the street

St. John’s Tower is the tower that remains from Ayr’s original parish church, which was built around 1300. On 26th April 1315,...

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A view of this large T shaped historic building large stone walls and wooden verandas

Loudon Hall was built around 1513 by James Tait, a wealthy burgess of Ayr. It’s one of the earliest examples in Scotland...

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Red gun on display at Cromwell's Citadel

Ayr Citadel was built in 1657 on the command of Oliver Cromwell, after the English Civil War and the abolition of the...

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Castle perched on the clifftop

Dunure Castle sits perched on a cliff above the pretty fishing village of Dunure. In 1357, it was claimed by the Kennedys of Carrick, and...

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Greenan Castle perched on cliff top looking out to the sea

Greenan Castle is perched on a clifftop at Greenan Shore, and is a 16th century, ruined tower house looking over to the Heads of Ayr, and out to sea towards Arran and Ailsa Craig.  It was originally a fort, built to spot...

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Man playing golf against the background of a setting sun and Turnberry lighthouse

Trump Turnberry is a world-renowned bucket list golf destination. Home to the Ailsa course, host of four Open Championships, the resort consists...

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An outside view of the Electic Brae Gallery next to the sea.

Located on the beautiful Ayrshire coastline, the Electric Brae Gallery is run by Roddy & Alison McKenzie. Exhibitions are held throughout the...

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Historic Stumpy clock tower with its peaked roof

Girvan’s Stumpy Tower, known as ‘Auld Stumpy’, is what remains of Girvan’s courthouse and jail. It was built in 1825-27, and is now the...

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Exterior of the McKechnie Institute. A large building of red sandstone with lots of windows.

Girvan’s cultural hub, featuring a permanent display of artefacts highlighting the town’s heritage, the McKechnie Institute also hosts a regular programme of...

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The Maclaurin Art Gallery. A large white building, originally the house stables

The Maclaurin Trust was established following the bequest of Mrs Mary Ellen Maclaurin who died in 1971, who wished to have an...

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Sculpture of 'Draped Reclining Woman' by Henry Moore

Located in picturesque Rozelle Park, Ayr, Rozelle House Museum and Galleries displays objects, artefacts and works of art from the South Ayrshire...

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View from beach looking out to Troon

The Smugglers’ Trail leads from South Beach, Troon, along the Wrack Road across Royal Troon Golf Club, past Crosbie Kirk and through...

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View of the castle with the Scottish flag flying in the foreground

Royal Dundonald Castle is an oft undiscovered Scottish secret. King Robert II, grandson of Robert the Bruce, built the 14th century castle...

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A historic castle with turrets and small windows

Maybole Castle was a townhouse, built by the Kennedy family, Earls of Cassilis. It dates from around 1560, is the oldest inhabited house in Maybole,...

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An older man in a wheelchair is accompanied by a man and younger boy on a walk on a sunny path.

Some paths within South Ayrshire are accessible by wheelchair in normal weather conditions. Barony Hill Path, within the Dailly Trails Network, stretching from...

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Whiskey Experience and Whisky Shop stone building

A. D. Rattray are an independent whisky company with over 150 years of experience in selecting and maturing Scotch whisky. Discover more...

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The garden of Souter Johnnie's Cottage with four stone statues.

The character of Souter Johnnie became famous worldwide thanks to his appearance in just a few lines of the famous poem by...

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