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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
Dunure is a fishing village which dates back to the early 19th century, found on the coast of South Ayrshire, 5 miles north west of Maybole.
Darvel is a small town in East Ayrshire, situated on the A71, around 10 miles from Kilmarnock and 27 miles south of Glasgow.
Kilmaurs is an attractive village 3 miles north west of Kilmarnock on the A735.
Dundonald is a large village situated between Troon and Kilmarnock in South Ayrshire.
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.
New Cumnock is a village in East Ayrshire, 35 miles (56 km) north of Dumfries.
Lendalfoot is a village on the coast, 6 miles south west of Girvan in South Ayrshire.
Alloway is a leafy suburb of Ayr in south Ayrshire, birthplace of Robert Burns.
Mauchline is a small town 10 miles east of Ayr and is known for its connections with Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns.
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