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There are a number of unique and fascinating towns and villages scattered throughout Ayrshire & Arran.
From Ayr, Kilmarnock, Girvan, Troon and Irvine on the mainland to the many villages and towns on the isles of Arran and Cumbrae, the towns and villages of Ayrshire & Arran boast superb attractions, cafés, restaurants, pubs, bars, shopping opportunities, accommodation and more.
Use the information listings to find out more on the towns and villages of Ayrshire & Arran.
Towns & Villages
Cumnock is a Victorian looking town in East Ayrshire and lies at the confluence of Lugar Water and Glaisnock Water.
Prestwick, situated on the coast 34 miles south of Glasgow, is Scotland's oldest baronial burgh, dating back over 1,000 years.
Patna, named after the Indian city of Patna, is a village in East Ayrshire 45 miles (72 km) south west of Glasgow.
Corrie is a very pretty seaside village on the north east coast of Arran.
Mauchline is a small town 10 miles east of Ayr and is known for its connections with Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns.
Darvel is a small town in East Ayrshire, situated on the A71, around 10 miles from Kilmarnock and 27 miles south of Glasgow.
Kildonan lies on the south east coast of Arran, and is named after St Donan, who lived there in the 16th century.
Ayr is a popular seaside resort in south Ayrshire.
The village of Sliddery lies on the south west coast of Arran, 8 miles from Lamlash.
Fairlie is a small resort on the north Ayrshire coast, 3 miles south of Largs.
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