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The amazing coastline of the west and the spectacular scenery of the highlands – these are the usual places that attract an active holidaymaker to Scotland. One of the best ways of experiencing the awesome scenery is on a camping or caravan holiday Scotland. I’ve made several trips to Scotland and these were the regions and views that always brought me back.

The great thing about this part of the world is that for a place so picturesque and tranquil there are always plenty of things to see and do. Ayrshire is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations for couples and families and offers clean beaches and beautiful waters of the firth of Clyde.

When I go back to Ayr Scotland, these are a few of the things I enjoy doing:

  • Hiking – Strong footwear, waterproof clothing, map and compass is advised for all walks as most are by nature off road and over rough ground.

  • Whale Watching – In the beautiful plankton rich unpolluted waters around Ardnamurchan peninsula and the Inner Isles.

  • Fishing – Good angling is to be had around the coast of Ayrshire and in the Firth of Clyde. Several charter boats operate from Ayr and surrounding coastal towns and they will provide rods and bait if required.

  • Golf – Ayrshire and Arran are a mecca for all golfers with over forty quality courses, including three Open Championship courses

This is also without forgetting about the Culzean castle, bustling market towns and award-winning visitor attractions.

As you can imagine for a place as popular as Ayrshire there are many places to stay and relax after a enjoyable day. As a frequent visitor to Ayr I have stayed at quite a few places but the last few times I have been back I’ve stayed at Turnberry holiday park the park is situated on 22 acres of rural parkland offering unspoilt views and is surrounded by rolling hills, local beaches and the famous Turnberry Hotel and Golf Course.

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