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34 Places to Visit in Ayrshire and Arran | Directory

Situated in the West of Scotland, Ayrshire is an unspoilt county and the Poetic Heart of the country with plenty of opportunities for great day trips. Steeped in lore and legend,the area has attractions that are ancient and modern, small and grand. Notable places to visit include all the attraction on the Robert Burns Trail, and Culzean castle

Ayr | Blackwaterfoot | Brodick | Dalmellington | Fairlie | Girvan | Irvine | Isle of Arran | Kilmarnock | Kilwinning | Kirkoswald | Largs | Lochranza | Mauchline | Maybole | Saltcoats | Tarbolton | West Kilbride

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Birthplace of: John Loudon McAdam, Alexander Fleming, Robert the Bruce, Robert Burns, John M Robertson, Alexander Smith, Charles Tennant, Thomas Brisbane, John Galt, John Kerr, George Logan, Jack McConnell, William McIlvanney, Daniel MacMillan, Willie Ross, Bill Shankly, Jim Sillars, Bill Simpson, John Dalrymple, Ronni Ancona,

Ayr

Blackwaterfoot

Brodick

Dalmellington

Fairlie

Girvan

Irvine

Isle of Arran

Kilmarnock

Kilwinning

Kirkoswald

Largs

Lochranza

Mauchline

Maybole

Saltcoats

Tarbolton

West Kilbride

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