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Largs

Largs

This beautiful town has a solid reputation as a traditional seaside holiday resort, located upon the west coast of Scotland a short distance from Glasgow, Loch Lomond National Park and the Isle of Cumbrae. Visitors here often enjoy walking the exquisite Victorian promenade, eating ice cream and visiting the many quaint independent shops.

The town itself has a fascinating history, especially seen in a failed Viking invasion in the 13th century, when fleets of longboats were repulsed by Alexander III – an event celebrated at the much-loved Vikingar! attraction. Other sites of historic interest are within easy reach of the town, such as Kelburn Castle and Portencross Castle. Visitors can easily take a walk south down the coastline to admire the wonderful seascapes and the iconic Pencil Monument. Day trips on the ferry can also be undertaken to the picturesque Isle of Cumbrae.

We love Largs because...

  • Seaside location
  • Nearby isles and islands
  • Excellent location for walkers
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Hotels
Hotels in Largs
Willowbank Hotel
96 Greenock Road Largs KA30 8PG

This hotel is located beside the seaside, in a delightful location perfect for exploring Largs and with plenty of opportunities to get involved in outdoor activities.

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Willowbank Hotel
96 Greenock Road Largs KA30 8PG

This hotel is located beside the seaside, in a delightful location perfect for exploring Largs and with plenty of opportunities to get involved in outdoor activities.

In and around Largs

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

This gargantuan national park is a feather in the crown of Scotland, a place of truly phenomenal natural beauty and home to a wealth of activities, walks and cycle routes. The area provides a tranquil ecosystem to a number of wonderful species of animals, which include red squirrels, otters, Scottish wildcats and red deer. The park covers 720 square miles and incorporates craggy cliffs, rolling hills, sparkling lochs and lush grasslands.

Scottish Maritime Museum

Set on the shores of Irvine, this museum includes an excellent range of exhibits and artefacts detailing the story of Scots at sea. From a Viking Fourareen built from driftwood, to a boat built by Glaswegian teenagers as well as the many historical boats housed here. Guests can also try out the interactive exhibits and learn to sail in the indoor and outdoor ponds. The building itself is an 18th century shipyard and has a glass roof, allowing for a grand sight.

Vikingar!

This action-fuelled attraction allows guests to experience first-hand the Viking ages and their activities in Scotland, with storytellers regaling over 500 years of fascinating Viking history, brought to life through interactive exhibitions, costumed characters and a number of excellent short films.

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