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Welcome to Ayrshire and Arran

Within an hour of Scotland's largest city Glasgow, Ayrshire and The Isle of Arran provide a rural idyll, offering fantastic landscapes, a majestic coast, a huge variety of outdoor activities, and a rich history. Boat Caledonian, Ayrshire and Arran

Widely known as 'Burns Country', throughout Ayrshire you will find fascinating tributes to the life and work of Robert Burns, Scotland's National Bard.  From his birthplace in Alloway to The Museum in Mauchline where he lived and worked you can find out more about his fascinating life and legacy.

The 80 miles of coastline boasts long stretches of sandy beach with sights such as Culzean Castle and Ailsa Craig to be enjoyed.  Seabirds abound with gannets and puffins in plenty. 

Largs, a very popular tourist town, has one of the largest marinas in Scotland and is the venue for major sailing events.

Walkers, ArranOnly a short ferry journey separates you from the magical island of Arran.  Known as "Scotland in Miniature", Arran offers visitors a feast of rugged mountains, purple heather moors, and sublime beaches with wonderful wildlife including red squirrels , golden eagles, and red deer. 

Combining rolling farmland with its unspoilt coastline, this region can offer a true taste of Scotland.

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