Furry Feet TV  Cotswold TV | British Coast Guide | Specialist Cars TV | ADVERTISE on our Productions
Guide to the British Coast Seaside Cotswold TV

Ayrshire & Inverclyde   For Seaside Holidays and Trips to the Coast

Food & Drink
Get Active
Maps, Books & DVDs
What's On
Dog Friendly
County Weather
Site Supporting Ads
Our aim here at the British Coast Guide is to create a portal to the coast, providing visitors with introductions to areas of the coast they will not know about. Using video, both of our own production and those of tourism boards and locals. Around this presentation we would love to promote your business...

Overview Video of Ayrshire & Inverclyde

Welcome to Ayrshire & Inverclyde's, Coast and Seaside...

On the lower reaches of the Clyde, Gourock’s Esplanade was home to the industrialists, ship-owners and investors who made this town affluent in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Other notable buildings here include the Custom House, Victoria Tower, and the Old West Kirk, noted for its stained glass. The Ocean Terminal serves as a calling point for cruise ships crossing the Atlantic and ferries cross the Clyde from nearby Gourock.
Largs is a popular seaside resort with a pier, the town markets itself on its historic links with the Vikings and an annual festival is held each year in early September. In 1263 it was the site of the Battle of Largs between the Norwegian and the Scottish armies. it is best known for 'Nardinis', the famous ice cream parlour, cafe and restaurant, that dominates the esplanade. St. Columba's Parish Church is situated opposite Nardinis and contains a Heritage Centre which is well worth a visit.
Ardrossan is located on the edge of an area of exceptional natural beauty. The towering peaks of the Isle of Arran are starkly visible on a cold sunny day. Beyond, one can see the Paps of Jura and the Mull of Kintyre. Offshore is the small Horse Isle, an RSPB reserve and home to nationally important populations of herring gulls and lesser black backed gulls. The Holm Plantation area dividing Ardrossan and Saltcoats is a popular area for alternative walks to the seaside. Saltcoats’ beautiful sandy beach makes it a popular destination for holiday makers and daytrippers.
Troon is famous for its Royal Troon golf course, one of the hosts to the Open Golf Championship. The course is chosen to host this annual event roughly every seven years. The Harbour is now a fishing port, yachting marina, seasonal passenger ferry port and Ro-Ro ferry terminal for timber and containers. Troon has over the past few years become a popular place for Kitesurfing. The strong winds coming from the Atlantic and from the north down the Firth of Clyde make it an ideal spot. Troon also hosts an annual music Festival held in the autumn known as Live@Troon.
To the south of Prestwick with its airport and golf course lies the town of Ayr. Here you can discover the life and times of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns, born in Alloway in the southern outskirts of Ayr in 1759, at the Burns National Heritage Park. You can visit architect Robert Adams' masterpiece Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole. Or enjoy the 'Sport of Kings' at Ayr Racecourse, Scotland's premier racing centre offering more racing days than any other Scottish course including the Scottish Grand National and the Ayr Gold Cup.

See our Featured Accommodation OR a Selection of Great Places to Visit

"HOTSPOTS" from Seaside Towns to Beaches & Covers in Ayrshire & Inverclyde

Scotland's largest city. There is much in Glasgow for the visitor
Greenock & Gourock
Greenock & Gourock
The former shipbuilding centres of Greenock and Gourock sit on the coastal strip, offering breathtaking views north to the Argyll Hills and Scottish Highlands.

Largs has everything you would expect in a traditional Scottish seaside resort, such as a Victorian promenade and ice cream parlours. It is a good base for exploring the many west coast islands including Great Cumbrae, just a mile offshore.
Ardrossan & Saltcoats
Ardrossan & Saltcoats
The port of Ardrossan lies on the north side of Irvine Bay on the north Ayrshire coast. The ferry chugs across the Firth of Clyde to Brodick on the island of Arran. Saltcoats is known for its picturesque harbour and golden, sandy beaches.
Dating from the early 1800s, Troon has many hotels and B&Bs, along with the variety of facilities on the esplanade, which make it a popular holiday resort. The town has an amazing seven golf courses.

Prestwick and Ayr
Prestwick and Ayr
Ayr, with its sea front, leafy suburbs and large selection of places to stay, is a popular seaside resort.

Coastal Map of Ayrshire & Inverclyde
Ayrshire & Inverclyde
Tourist Information Links
Add Your Website
Hotel, restaurant and attraction reviews
Ayrshire and Arran Tourist Board
Your excuse to explore in Scotland
South Ayrshire Council
Come back to Ayrshire
Inverclyde Council
Tourism and visitor attractions
Historic Scotland
Welcome to Historic Scotland
Visit Scotland
The official site of Scotland's national tourism organisation

The Interactive Coastal Locations Map... explore...

Furry Feet TV Support SanWild Wildlife Sanctuary

Furry Feet TV Present...

British Coast Guide Home
Map of the United Kingdom
Contact Us

FILM Competition

Submit a Coastal Video
Contact Us

Charity Walks

Philip Williams 5000 Mile Walk
Other Charity Walks

Southern English Coast

Cornwall Coast
Devon Coast
Dorset Coast
Essex Coast
Gloucestershire Coast
Hampshire Coast
Norfolk Coast
Kent Coast
Somerset Coast
Suffolk Coast
East Sussex Coast
West Sussex Coast
The Isle Of Wight

Northern English Coast

Cheshire Coast
Cumbria Coast
Durham Coast
Lancashire Coast
Lincolnshire Coast
Merseyside Coast
Northumberland Coast
Tyne & Wear Coast
East Yorkshire Coast
North Yorkshire Coast
Scottish Coast

Aberdeenshire Coast
Angus Coast
Aryshire Coast
Argyll Coast
Borders Coast
Dumfries Coast
Dundee Coast
Edinburgh Coast
Falkirk Coast
Fife Coast
Highlands Coast
East Lothian Coast
West Lothian Coast
Moray Coast
Orkney Coast
Shetland Isles Coast

Welsh Coast

Cardiff Coast
Carmarthenshire Coast
Ceredigion Coast
Conwy Coast
Denbigshire Coast
Flintshire Coast
Glamorgan Coast
Gwynedd Coast
Monmouthshire Coast
Neath Coast
Pembrokeshire Coast
Swansea Coast

Be a part of the British Coast Guide
01285 313 031

British Coast Guide, Design, Venue Tour Guide Television Concept and Content © Furry Feet Studios 2010

Furry Feet TV, Tour Guide Television is produced by Furry Feet Studios
The Evolution Group - Woodmancote - Cirencester - Gloucestershire - United Kingdom
01285 831549 - info@furryfeet.tv

Sponsored by Furry Feet TV Sponsor Furry Feet TV

British Coast Guide Furry Feet TV
Whats on in Cirencester Dining out in Cirencester