Ailsa Craig, sometimes referred to as the Granite Jewel of the Firth of Clyde, is an island that sits in the outer Firth of Clyde.
Aird Hill is a summit in the North of Great Cumbrae, overlooking the north and west coasts of the island.
Ardeer Quarry Local Nature Reserve contains a mix of wetland, woodland, scrub, and grassland habitats.
Ballochmartin Bay is wide sweeping bay of sand, cobbles and stones
Bennane Head is a section of land that juts into the Firth of Clyde around 11 miles south of Girvan.
Blackwaterfoot beach is a stunning sandy beach in the tranquill village of Blackwaterfoot.
Brodick Beach sits below Goatfell which together with Brodick Castle, makes one of the most iconic viewes on the island of Arran
Butter Lump is small rock a few yards offshore towards the South East of the island of Great Cumbrae.
Byne Hill is part of a popular walking route in Girvan, South Ayrshire.
Clyde Muirshiel - literally meaning "moorhut" - is the collective name for countryside set aside for conservation and recreation on the South Clyde estuary.
Come learn about the island's marine biodiversity and the conservation efforts that are taking place in the Clyde. Entry to the centre is free!
This unusual geological feature is located near Kilchattan Bay on the south end of the Isle of Bute.
Crocodile Rock as an iconic Millport landmark.
This picturesque waterfall lies off of a minor road near Doon Bridge, around a mile west of Dalmellington
Drumadoon point is a where the headland comes to a point, from the Doon Cliff.