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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
Alloway is a leafy suburb of Ayr in south Ayrshire, birthplace of Robert Burns.
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.
Kildonan lies on the south east coast of Arran, and is named after St Donan, who lived there in the 16th century.
Kilmarnock is the home of the largest Burns monument in Scotland.
Catrine is a picturesque village in East Ayrshire 2 miles south east of Mauchline.
Ballantrae is an attractive coastal village in South Ayrshire situated 13 miles south of Girvan.
Kirkoswald is an attractive village in South Ayrshire, located 4 miles south west of Maybole on the A77.
Muirkirk is a small village on the A70 between Ayr and Edinburgh, and only 10 miles from the M74 motorway.
Straiton is a pretty village situated on the River Girvan, south east of Maybole in South Ayrshire.
Seamill is on the A78 coastal road south of Largs, found 35 miles from Glasgow.
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