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Driving to the West Coast of Scotland is not your only option – by train, plane or coach can be relaxing and economic ways to travel. European visitors can take the ferry – with or without a car.
Blackwaterfoot is the largest village on the west coast of Arran, with a shop and hotel. It's pleasant enough, though not the most scenic of the island's settlements. You can walk to King's Cave from here (6 miles), and this walk can easily be extended to the Machrie Moor Stone Circle, the highlight
Culzean Castle and Country Park in Ayrshire. And then there is the Ultimate Scottish Coastal Route as I like to call it, covering almost every road on the Scottish west coast, including three islands, from Stranraer to Durness via the Isle of Arran, the Isle of Mull and Isle of Skye.
Discover the islands of the West Coast of Scotland on this seven-day itinerary, including Arran, Islay, Jura, Mull, Iona and Skye.
Answer 1 of 3: Hi! We are planning a trip along the west coast, from Glasgow up to Skye. Will be stopping on Islay and possibly Mull. What are your favorite castles to tour in that area of Scotland? The only one currently on my list is the Eileen Dunan Castle...
The west of Scotland has it all: culture, castles, striking islands, seafood specialities, towering mountains and mystical lochs. Take a scenic drive from Glasgow, and see all the top sights for yourself, experiencing the irresistible charm of the locals at every stop.
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Ayrshire is a historic county in south-west Scotland, located on the shores of the Firth of Clyde. Its principal towns include Ayr, Kilmarnock and Irvine. Like the other counties of Scotland Ayrshire is sub-divided into the council areas of North Ayrshire, South Ayrshire and East Ayrshire.
As befits the home of tartan and whisky, simple definitions don’t really suit Scotland. Clichéd images of the place abound – postcards of wee Highland terriers, tartan tins of shortbread, ranks of diamond-patterned golf jerseys … and they drive many Scots to apoplexy.