Irvine is an industrial town on the west coast of Scotland in North Ayrshire.
Located 26 miles south of Glasgow, Irvine was made a Royal Burgh in 1372 by Robert II, and is now a busy town with important historical and maritime connections. Its harbour became a major west coast seaport and now houses the main site of the Scottish Maritime Museum.
The town enjoys a vibrant community spirit, with an active Burns Club (the oldest in Scotland), Trade Guilds and community council. Robert Burns worked here in a 'heckling shed' in 1781- 1782. The Moor, on Kilwinning Road, was the site of the first ever horse racing meeting, in the 17th century.
The sandy Irvine beach is located in Ayrshire.
The town of Kilwinning lies by the River Garnock, 5 miles south of Ardrossan and 3 miles north of...
Dundonald is a large village situated between Troon and Kilmarnock in South Ayrshire.
The village of Crosshouse sits 2miles west of Kilmarnock in East Ayrshire.
Stevenston is a town just inland from Saltcoats in north Ayrshire.
This is a beautiful stretch of sandy beach with views of the Isle of Arran and the Firth of Clyde.
Troon is a small seaside town in Ayrshire that overlooks the Isle of Arran.
Kilmaurs is 3 miles north west of Kilmarnock.
Curved into a bay, Troon Beach is a long sweeping stretch of sand with a popular esplanade.
This popular Ayrshire holiday resort is found on the coast and boasts a variety of things to see...
Symington is a conservation village in Ayrshire close to the A77 road from Ayr to Glasgow.
Kilmarnock is the home of the largest Burns monument in Scotland.
Ardrossan is a popular seaside destination with two beaches to visit, Ardrossan South Beach and...
The coastal town of Ardrossan is located in Ayrshire, 30 miles from Glasgow.
Stewarton is a rural community found about 6 miles north of Kilmarnock in East Ayrshire with the...
Dalry is set between three rivers: the Caaf Water, Rye Water and the River Garnock.
Monkton is a village and a sea-shore parish 3.5 miles north of Ayr.
Hurlford stands on the left bank of the River Irvine, 1.5 miles east of Kilmarnock on the A71.
Prestwick beach is located near Glasgow Prestwick International Airport in Ayrshire.
Found in the extreme north of Ayrshire, the village of Dunlop borders with Renfrewshire and stands...
The village of Fenwick is in east Ayrshire, north east of Kilmarnock.
Prestwick, situated on the coast 34 miles south of Glasgow, is Scotland's oldest baronial burgh,...
Glengarnock is an industrial hamlet a half-mile south east of Kilbirnie in north Ayrshire.
Beith is a small attractive town, and at 500 ft is the highest town in Ayrshire.
Seamill is on the A78 coastal road south of Largs, found 35 miles from Glasgow.
West Kilbride is a small town in north Ayrshire, 4 miles north west of Ardrossan.
Moscow is a small village in East Ayrshire, 21 miles (33 km) south west of Glasgow.
The hamlet of Lugton in East Ayrshire is located 16 miles south west of Glasgow.
Seamill beach is located on the Ayrshire coast near the towns of Seamill and West Kilbride.
Tarbolton is a village lying between Mauchline and Prestwick in South Ayrshire.
A town of Galstone is situated in the wooded countryside in the Irvine Valley 4 miles from...
Ayr Beach is located on the western coastline of Ayrshire in the south west of Scotland.
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