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  • Culzean Castle Culzean Castle

    Culzean Castle is the historic seat of the Clan Kennedy, and being just a stone's throw from Girvan and Maybole, it's a great day out for all the family. Step back in time and visit this iconic and excellently preserved piece of national heritage.

  • Turnberry Golf Club Turnberry Golf Club

    Turnberry Golf Club is a major championship golf course near Girvan and Maybole, with classic views of the Turnberry Lighthouse and the island of Ailsa Craig. This spectacular setting has played host to several major world golf championships, including the British Open, and is ranked as one of the most scenic golf courses in the world.

  • Ailsa Craig Ailsa Craig

    Ailsa Craig is an iconic and distinctive island lying off the lower Clyde coast, best viewed from Girvan. It is composed to a rare form of microgranite, which is quarried to make curling stones, and you can view this amazing island up close from local boat trips or the classic Paddle Steamer Waverley, the world's last ocean-going paddle steamer.

  • Firth of Clyde Firth of Clyde

    The Firth of Clyde connects the River Clyde with the Atlantic Ocean, via the North Channel and the Irish Sea. The firth is narrower in its upper reaches, along the Inverclyde coast and towns like Gourock and Greenock, with Dunoon and Helensburgh across the water. A little further down is Bute, and then Arran, before opening up into the sea beside Ailsa Craig.