Towns and villages in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley

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  • Looking through the trees, down the Main Street at Eaglesham - a village south west of East Kilbride, East Renfrewshire.
    Eaglesham
  • The town of Gourock on the Firth of Clyde, viewed from the golf course on Lyle Hill, Inverclyde.
    Gourock Inverclyde
  • Looking towards the town of Lanark in the Clyde Valley from the viewpoint on Black Hill, South Lanarkshire
    Lanark from Black Hill
  • The view from the abbey over Paisley, with the town hall visible, Renfrewshire
    Paisley
  • The River Clyde at sunrise, Glasgow
    River Clyde, Glasgow

Learn all about the towns and villages in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley with information on local attractions, history and more.

Whether you enjoy the bustle of the city or you are after a countryside retreat with dramatic coastal views, this vibrant region offers visitors fantastic variety.

The city of Glasgow has so much to offer. Discover great shopping, restaurants and a range of vibrant attractions, many of which are free, all surrounded by the city’s beautiful parks and gardens.

In Paisley, the magnificent abbey dates back to 1163 and was reputedly the site where William Wallace was educated while Paisley Museum has the finest collection of Paisley Shawls in the world.

Summerlee, the Museum of Scottish Industrial Life, is located in Coatbridge in North Lanarkshire on the site of a 19th century ironworks, where you can take a ride on Scotland’s only electric tramway and venture deep underground in a recreated mine.

Visit the fantastic attractions in South Lanarkshire, such as the Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride and follow the story of Scotland’s countryside and people.

Enjoy life by the sea in Inverclyde, situated along the coastal reach of the River Clyde, west of the city. Find out about the area’s maritime history at the McLean Museum and Art Gallery in Greenock, a wonderful Victorian museum which also features the town’s most famous son, James Watt, who made the steam engine. Gourock and Greenock sit at the mouth of the river.

In East Dunbartonshire, you’ll discover one of the area’s World Heritage Sites, the Antonine Wall, parts of which can be seen north of Glasgow at Bearsden and Kirkintilloch. The turf wall marks the northernmost point of Roman conquest in Britain.

Look through the information listings and start planning a trip to the towns and villages in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.

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  1. Uddingston

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    Uddingston

    Uddingston is a small town on the north side of the River Clyde 7 miles south east of Glasgow.

  2. Barrhead

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    Barrhead

    Barrhead is 8 miles south west of Glasgow and is the main town in East Renfrewshire with a population of around 20,000.

  3. Motherwell

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    Motherwell

    Motherwell is a large town 12 miles south east of Glasgow that was once Scotland’s centre of steel production.

  4. Lochwinnoch

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    Lochwinnoch

    Lochwinnoch is a village on the banks of Castle Semple Loch and the River Calder in Renfrewshire.

  5. Milngavie

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    Milngavie

    Milngavie is a town in the valley of the River Allander which is known for being the starting point of the West Highland Way.

  6. Houston

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    Houston

    Houston is a village in the Gryffe Valley 6 miles north west of Paisley set around a 16th century castle.

  7. Blantyre

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    Blantyre

    Blantyre is the birthplace of famed explorer David Livingstone and the town is situated by the River Clyde, 8 miles southeast of Glasgow.

  8. Eaglesham

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    Eaglesham

    Eaglesham is a village in East Renfrewshire which was declared Scotland’s first Conservation Village in the 1960s.

  9. Larkhall

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    Larkhall

    Larkhall is a town in South Lanarkshire and is 14 miles south east of Glasgow.

  10. Hamilton

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    Hamilton

    Hamilton is a historic town at the head of the Clyde Valley in the heart of Lanarkshire.

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