There are plenty of scenic walks around Auchincruive, click here to see paths National Cycle Network detailed map of Prestwick. Greenan Castle hangs on a cliff at the southern end of Ayr beach. The River Ayr meanders under the A77 towards Auchincruive The birthplace of Robert Burns, Burns Cottage is located in picturesque Alloway village just a walk away from the haunted remains of Alloway kirk, the impressive Burns Monument and the Tam o'Shanter centre. Auchincruive is a taste of the Ayrshire countryside View of the historic Salt Pan houses dating from 1760, located on the St Nicholas golf course Prestwick. View of Prestwick seafront. The single track road up towards the Brown Carrick hill provides exceptional views of the Clyde, Ayr, Arran, the Holy Isle and north to Ben Lomond. Panoramic view of Ayr beach and Arran National Cycle Network detailed map of Ayr. Visit the haunted Alloway Kirk where Tam O'Shanter saw the witches dancing Cyclists crossing the River Doon on the pedestrian and cycle bridge. National Cycle Network detailed map of Troon. The gardens on the River Ayr walk and cycle path Hundreds of swnas can be seen on the River Ayr Golfers at Royal Troon Golf Club finish on the 18th green with Arran as a dramatic backdrop. The ruins of Dunure Castle Burns Monument commemorating the life and works of Robert Burns The cycle path follows the Ayr promenade from the Doon Bridge. Electric Brae - phenomenon or illusion? Ayr Town viewed from the harbour Cycle Safety View from the Brig O'Doon towards Burns Monument National Cycle Network detailed map of Maybole
Kilbirnie Kilwinning Ardrossan Saltcoats are linked by Route 7 and Route 73 of the National Cycle Network - Click for more details National Cycle Route 7 passes through Maybole, Crosshill and into the southern reaches of Ayrshire and the Galloway Forest. The local cycle routes take you through Kirkmichael and Straiton - Click here for more details The local cycle routes travel from Maybole to the Girvan area and down to Lendalfoot then across country to Barr Route 7 leaves Troon and passes through Prestwick, Ayr, Doonfoot, the Heads of Ayr, over the Carrick Hills to Maybole. The local routes travel through Alloway, Dalrymple and a route follows the River Ayr to Auchincruive- Click here for more details Route 73 links Kilmarnock with Route 7 at Irvine - Click for more details Route 7 leaves Kilwinning and passes through Irvine and Troon - Click for more details

View of Arran from Doonfoot
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Follow Route 7 from Troon through Prestwick and continue along the National Cycle Network Route 7 towards Ayr and onwards to Maybole. Spend a while in the area and discover the home of Robert Burns, the British Open and wide sandy beaches. Click an icon for links or mouseover for images. Download Ayrshire Coast Cycleway leaflet.
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