Come and play tennis by the sea!
The Electric Brae is a gravity hill in Ayrshire, Scotland, where a freewheeling vehicle will appear to be drawn uphill by some mysterious attraction
The Brig o' Doon, sometimes called the Auld Brig or Old Bridge of Doon, is a late medieval bridge in Ayrshire
Bennane Head is a section of land that juts into the Firth of Clyde around 11 miles south of Girvan.
Look out for resident wildlife when exploring the coppery sands of Scalpsie Bay, located on the west coast of Bute.
Tairlaw Linn is a waterfall near Straiton in South Ayrshire.
Ascog Hall and its stunning Victorian Fernery is a fascinating day out, especially for nature lovers.
Loch Fad is a freshwater loch on the Isle of Bute in Scotland, ideal for fishing Rainbow and Brown Trout.
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.
Greenock Cut Visitors' Centre is situated close to Loch Thom in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park
This unusual geological feature is located near Kilchattan Bay on the south end of the Isle of Bute.
The long sandy beach offers great vies of the Isle of Arran and is known for its superb sunsets.
Merkland Wood is perfect for a short walk with great opportunities to spot wildlife.
Kildonan beach is also known as Silver Sands due to its incredible beauty and clean sands.
Lamlash Bay boasts great views out to the Holy Isle, and is the home to Arran Yacht Club. It also has a small beach of soft sand