Ayr Beach is located on the western coastline of Ayrshire in the south west of Scotland.
One of the best beaches in Scotland, Ayr Beach has been awarded a Seaside Award from Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Predominantly sand, Ayr Beach is a great location for picnics and sandcastle building, with a good expanse of grass for children to play on. Admire beautiful views of Ailsa Craig, the Isle of Arran and on a clear day - Pladda.
A great range of fun facilities are located adjacent to Ayr Beach, including a putting green, crazy golf and children’s play area. Also located on the seafront is Pirate Pete’s Family Entertainment Centre, where children can enjoy the indoor soft play, mini golf and laser games. There is also a café to relax in, perfect for catching a bite to eat or a cup of coffee.
A major tourist attraction in the Victorian era, Ayr’s Low Green continues to be popular with visitors and locals alike. This large expanse of green grass is a wonderful place to take a picnic or play ball games with family and friends.
Part of the Sustrans National Cycle Route 7, the seafront at Ayr Beach is a wonderful place to explore on two wheels. Other activities in the area include birdwatching, fishing at the harbour area, or why not take a boat trip and fish for skate, haddock and cod?
Clearly signposted, Ayr Beach is easily accessible from the town of Ayr where you will find good public transport links via Ayr railway station and Ayr bus station.
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