This stunning waterfall at the Glenashdale Burn is also known by its gaelic name, Eas a’ Chrannaig.
Ascog Hall and its stunning Victorian Fernery is a fascinating day out, especially for nature lovers.
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.
Stinchar Falls lie on the River Stinchar, which flows all the way from the Galloway Forest Park to the Firth of the Clyde at Ballantrae.
Merkland Wood is perfect for a short walk with great opportunities to spot wildlife.
Kilmory beach is one of Arran's hidden gems and is a stunning but peaceful beach, accessed either by farm track or by path from Lagg
Aird Hill is a summit in the North of Great Cumbrae, overlooking the north and west coasts of the island.
This sandy beach lies in the picturesque holiday village of Maidens and runs north all the way to Culzean Castle and Country Park.
Kames Bay is located on the southern coast of the Isle of Great Cumbrae
Home to the vitrified fort of Dunagoil, the cliff and caves around Dunagoil provide a scenic background for imaginative adventurers.
Originally gifted to the town of Kilmacolm in 1897, Birkmyre Park is now a hub of community activity
Loch Doon is a freshwater loch in Carrick, Scotland, overlooked by the Glessel Hill and the Corserine Range
The sand of Irvine beach is said to be immaculate.
Dunure Beach is mostly shingle and popular for walking and boat trips. Dunure Harbour offers a great place to stop and enjoy quality dining by the sea.
The Heads of Ayr are high cliffs which tower above a remote sandy beach.