This is a beautiful stretch of sandy beach with views of the Isle of Arran and the Firth of Clyde.
One of Ayrshire's most accessible beaches, Barassie Beach lies to the north of Troon Harbour and is popular for a wide range of watersports including kite surfing, windsurfing and sailing.
Offering spectacular views, this popular sandy beach is long and wide - perfect for both walking and relaxing. The beach is fringed by a wide grassy area and there is a childrens’ play park nearby. There is also a golf course, supermarket and a good choice of restaurants in the area.
Getting there by railway:- Exit Barassie Railway station, turn left onto Hillhouse Road. This leads straight to the north end of Barassie beach.
Getting there by aeroplane:- At the mini-roundabout at the exit of Glasgow Prestwick International Airport take the 3rd exit onto the A79 northbound. After less than one mile, take the 1st exit of the roundabout. The A79 continues. After approximately ½ mile take the 1st exit off the Monktonhall roundabout onto the A78 (signposted Irvine and Greenock). Take the first exit off the A78 signposted Loans and Troon. On arriving at Loans, take the first exit from the mini-roundabout (signposted Troon) onto the B759, Troon Road which continues onto Dundonald Road. After the road bends sharply to the left into Portland Street, take the first right (signposted Barassie). This takes you to North Shore Road and Barassie Beach.
Getting there by ferry:- From Troon Harbour Road at next two roundabouts, follow sign for all routes, A77and A78. Barassie Beach is on your left.
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