The wonderful region of Maybole and Ayrshire offers an extensive selection of great things to see and do. Play a range of challenging golf courses, varied wildlife, tempting local food, drinks and crafts, and a fascinating history and heritage. The following links will give you a flavour of what is available.
Maybole has a nine hole golf course and 25 metre swimming pool, see the following links:
South Ayrshire Council guide to Other Courses.
For walking, there are several paths that start from Maybole.
For cyclists the area has many quiet roads that can be used to create good routes and Sustrans Cycle Route 7 comes through Maybole and passes beside Auchenwynd.
With its dramatic clifftop setting, Robert Adam architecture, fascinating history and beautiful surroundings, it’s easy to see why Culzean Castle is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions. Surrounded by Culzean Country Park, an extensive estate encompassing lush woodland, landscaped gardens and rugged coastline, this 18th-century Scottish castle couldn’t be better placed for a day out.
For fishing, Mochrum Fishing Club has limited permits for visitors. See also Coylewater Fishery and the Ayrshire Fishing Guide.
For a family day out, Heads of Ayr Farm Park has a wide range of activities.
The town of Ayr has a wide variety of entertainment, shopping and sight-seeing opportunities and the following links provide some information:
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland’s favourite son.
For a variety of restaurant options, see the following:
A general guide to the area is available from Visit Scotland.