Things to Do in Ayrshire
The finest holiday, beach, and golfing destination in Scotland.
Due to the proximity of the Turnberry Links Estate, it’s many facilities are just a short walk or drive away.
Coming soon…… Girvan’s new £6 million sports centre….. Carrick Leisure Centre
Construction work is reported to be well under way on the brand new sports facility at Girvan Harbour.
The new £6 million state-of-the-art leisure centre is set to open by spring 2017.
The Quay Zone, operated by South Carrick Community Leisure (SCCL), will transform leisure and community facilities for Girvan and Turnberry, with a 25 metre swimming pool, soft play area, fitness gym, flexible multi-purpose studio, changing facilities and a café.
Trump Turnberry Hotel Spa
Offers spectacular views towards Ailsa Craig and features 12 luxurious treatment rooms, 2 hydrotherapy rooms, heat experiences, relaxation rooms, a 20 metre pool and a fully equipped fitness studio. Why not treat yourself to a day of pampering?
Outdoor Activity Centre
Offers a huge range of sporting and leisure activities including fishing, shooting, archery, falconry, off-road driving and horse riding. Whether you’re looking for a fresh challenge or simply want a bit of gentle exercise, you’ll find it here.
The Colin Montgomerie Links Academy
Situated next to the famous Championship courses, The Colin Montgomerie Links Academy is a great place to warm up before a round, fine tune your game or even take your first ever shot. This is a superb teaching environment with a range of programme’s specially designed to suit every golfer, from the scratch player to the first timer.
Other local activities which might interest you include:
Come racing at Ayr and enjoy a great day out at Scotland’s top racing venue. Throughout 2003 Ayr stages 25 days racing, both National Hunt and Flat, providing all year round entertainment and top sporting action.
Walking and Cycling
Ayrshire and Arran are great places to bring your walking boots or bike and head off into the open countryside. Walkers have a choice of hill walking and rambling, while Arran poses greater challenges of ridge walking and mountaineering. The National Cycling Network has routes in Ayrshire, passing through some of the most scenic countryside, and making use of off the road tracks and waterside paths wherever possible.
If fishing takes your fancy, the mighty river Stincher has prime salmon beats and has admirable back-up from Girvan, Doon and Ayr. There are also dozens of remote lochs which largely remain unfished.
If you require further information on any of the activities mentioned please contact us.