Also known as The Straad, St Ninian’s Bay is another small bay on the west coast of Bute.
Gently climb up to the Stone Dragon at Irvine Beach Park for stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and islands.
The beautiful Pirnmill beach located in the small village of Pirnmill on the north-west coast of the Arran.
Troon Beach is one of the most popular beaches on the west coast as it boasts clean sands and easy access by both train and bus.
Orchard Gardens are beautiful gardens with herbaceous borders, formal pond and formal flowerbeds, which are always full of colour
Loch Thom is a reservoir which since 1827 has provided a water supply to the town of Greenock
Loch Iorsa sits in a scenic glen on the west of Arran. It runs through the heart of Dougarie Estate.
Clyde Marina, gateway to the Clyde. Deep water marina berthing, full service facilities plus 2 large surfaced boatyards, maintainance, winter lay up specialists
Home to the vitrified fort of Dunagoil, the cliff and caves around Dunagoil provide a scenic background for imaginative adventurers.
Aird Hill is a summit in the North of Great Cumbrae, overlooking the north and west coasts of the island.
The Spout of Garnock is approximately 60–70 ft high, making it is the county's highest waterfall
Marina on the Clyde offering berthing for national and international boats
The Holy Cave at Hunterston in the Parish of West Kilbride is known for its associated with Saint Mungo, The Patron of Glasgow.
Kames Bay is located on the southern coast of the Isle of Great Cumbrae
Bennane Head is a section of land that juts into the Firth of Clyde around 11 miles south of Girvan.