Drumadoon point is a where the headland comes to a point, from the Doon Cliff.
The sand of Irvine beach is said to be immaculate.
Ardeer Quarry Local Nature Reserve contains a mix of wetland, woodland, scrub, and grassland habitats.
This wide sandy beach boasts excellent views out over the Firth of Clyde and across to Arran.
The long sandy beach offers great vies of the Isle of Arran and is known for its superb sunsets.
Sannox Bay is a small but tranquil beach in the small village of Sannox on the North West of Arran.
Horse Riding on Arran's west coast, often along the beach. Riding school also.
Adventure activities include kayaking, sailing, and climbing
Muirshiel Visitor Centre & Country Park gives easy access to ‘great walking in hen harrier countryside’ in what was once an impressive Victorian shooting estate
Clydesdale heavy horse riding experience
Scotland's only Grade 1 track and home to the jewels in the crown of Scottish Racing – the Coral Scottish Grand National Festival in April and the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival in September.
Explore beyond the shore with full or half day trips
Set in the heart of Fullarton Woods, Troon, Ayrshire. The Fullarton Fairy Trail is a free event with themed fairy and elf doors.
Adventure activities include kayaking, gorgewalking and hill walking
The Tamar Manoukian New Cumnock Pool. Having been fully refurbished by the Dumfries House Trust in June 2017, this outdoor swimming pool, opposite the New Cumnock Town Hall, is for the community to enjoy.