Located on the Firth of Clyde, Ayr is a delightful town and a bustling port. The Scottish town boasts a number of fine attractions and activities that will keep tourists busy for many days. One of the most renowned features of Ayr is the Ayr Racecourse, which hosts both National Hunt and flat racing events. Many visitors flock to the town in April for the Coral Scottish Grand National and in September for the Ayr Gold Cup festival.

Golfing fans can visit Ayr’s 3 golf courses: Bellisle, Dalmilling and Seafield. Historic attractions worth visiting include the Town Hall, Wallace Tower, Loudoun Hall, the County Buildings and St John’s Tower. Tourists can also take time out on Ayr’s beautiful sandy beach, or stroll along the esplanade. Those looking for a bit of action can visit Ayr’s activity and leisure centres, which offer, football, tennis, volleyball, netball, badminton, swimming and more. Indeed, there is much to see and much to do in the Scottish town of Ayr.


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