Also known as The Straad, St Ninian’s Bay is another small bay on the west coast of Bute.
Look out for resident wildlife when exploring the coppery sands of Scalpsie Bay, located on the west coast of Bute.
Byne Hill is part of a popular walking route in Girvan, South Ayrshire.
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.
Turnberry Point and Lighthouse is situated close to the 9th hole of Turnberry Golf Course.
The beautiful Pirnmill beach located in the small village of Pirnmill on the north-west coast of the Arran.
Farland Point is a peninsula to the south east of the island of Great Cumbrae.
Clyde Muirshiel - literally meaning "moorhut" - is the collective name for countryside set aside for conservation and recreation on the South Clyde estuary.
Brodick Beach sits below Goatfell which together with Brodick Castle, makes one of the most iconic viewes on the island of Arran
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.
The stunning Eas Mor Waterfall can be reached by a tough but worthwhile forest walk
Also spelled Fintray Bay, this red sand beach sits in the middle of the west coast of Great Cumbrae and is approximately 2 km northwest of Millport.
Aird Hill is a summit in the North of Great Cumbrae, overlooking the north and west coasts of the island.
Home to the vitrified fort of Dunagoil, the cliff and caves around Dunagoil provide a scenic background for imaginative adventurers.
The Heads of Ayr are high cliffs which tower above a remote sandy beach.