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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
Irvine is an industrial town on the west coast of Scotland in North Ayrshire.
Fairlie is a small resort on the north Ayrshire coast, 3 miles south of Largs.
Beith is a small attractive town, on the B737 25 miles north of Ayr and 21miles west of Glasgow.
Mauchline is a small town 10 miles east of Ayr and is known for its connections with Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns.
Kilmarnock is the home of the largest Burns monument in Scotland.
Auchinleck is small village sitting a mile north west of Cumnock and 5 miles south east of Mauchline in East Ayrshire.
Sorn is a small village lying alongside the River Ayr, where fishing can be enjoyed.
Cumnock is a Victorian looking town in East Ayrshire and lies at the confluence of Lugar Water and Glaisnock Water.
Blackwaterfoot is a village on Drumadoon Bay, at the mouth of the Black Water on the west coast of Arran.
Newmilns is a settlement in East Ayrshire, 25 miles (40 km) south of Glasgow.
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