Nature and geography in Ayrshire & Arran
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A rural idyll within an hour of Scotland's largest city, Ayrshire & Arran is the perfect destination for those looking to soak up some wonderful nature and geography.
A trail on the River Ayr Way through Ayr Gorge Woodlands, near Failford
The sandy beach at Brodick and Goatfell, Isle of Arran
Bavarian summer house in the gardens of Brodick Castle, Arran
Enjoy some fresh air and explore the great outdoors at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, Scotland's largest regional park.
Ayrshire & Arran is the perfect destination for those looking to enjoy the great outdoors.
Relax, unwind and experience stunning island landscapes on Arran.
Spend a day in the Galloway Forest Park and take in the scenery as you enjoy wildlife, mountain biking, walking and stargazing.
Grab some fresh air and enjoy the great outdoors at one of the many wonderful parks and gardens in Ayrshire & Arran
There are a number of unique and fascinating towns and villages scattered throughout Ayrshire & Arran.
Scotland boasts some of the clearest skies in Europe, which provide exceptional conditions for stargazing. In 2009, Galloway Forest Park was named the UK’s first Dark Sky Park. See if you can spot the Milky Way, The Plough or Polaris.