The ferry service runs frequently from Largs pier (also an arrival and departure point for the Waverley, the last seagoing paddle steamer in the world) to the Isle of Cumbrae being approximately a 15 minutes crossing. Additionally, ferries can be easily reached at Ardrossan, Wemyss Bay and Gourock to gain access to the Isles of Arran and Bute, Dunoon and beyond. The town also benefits from other excellent transport networks such as a direct rail link to and from Glasgow and various bus services.
Largs offers many attractions not only its beautiful promenade and coastal views but also including Kelburn Castle and Country Centre, Barrfields Pavilion and Vikingar, Inverclyde Scottish National sports centre, Largs Yacht Haven along with Largs and Routenburn golf clubs. The Ayrshire Coastal Path and Noddleburn walks along with other scenic routes are easily accessible providing both glorious views and enjoyable exercise! The town also enjoys numerous restaurants, bars and cafés, including the renowned Nardini’s ice cream parlour.
Things to do in Largs
- Cycling Islands: Millport, Arran
- Easy access to Glasgow by train, bus and car
- The Vikingar
- Tennis Courts
- 10 pin Bowling
- Many great restaurants and pubs
- Largs and Fairlie Marina
- Cruiser Charters
Images from in and around Largs. Wind Surfing, A picture of Largs, Burns Birthplace, Skelmorlie Aisle from the inside, Nardini, Largs Viking Festival, Kelburn Castle, Kelburn grounds in Spring, Portencross Castle, Skelmorlie Aisle and the Prophets Grave.