What to do at Troon?
Beautiful scenery, fascinating history, outdoor activities, some of the finest golf courses in the world, superior accommodation and gourmet dining. Ancient castles, stunning country parks and gardens, bustling market towns and captivating visitor attractions.
Troon and the surrounding area has it all and more.
The Beaches & Town
"A long, sweeping stretch of sand with a lively esplanade and spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran. The beach is well maintained, and there is a well-equipped play park for children. Popular with kite enthusiasts and windsurfers. Lovely Italian gardens to the north, and sand dunes to the south.
Troon beach is a long, sweeping stretch of sand with a lively esplanade and spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran.
A picturesque harbour serves as a fishing and ferry port, and a modern marina is a haven for yachtsmen. Plenty of shops and restaurants in town and no fewer than seven golf courses, including the championship course of Royal Troon."
- The Telegraph, Scotland's Top 10 Best Family Days Out
If you have slightly longer to enjoy the area, why not head to some of the ancient castles, country marks and historical landmarks located close to Troon, including:
- Royal Dundonald Castle
- Dean Castle and the Dick Institute
- Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine
- Burns National Heritage Park
- Culzean Castle
- Kelburn Castle, Largs
A Golfing Mecca
A guide to Troon wouldn't be complete without a reference to golf and the abundance of world famous courses that surround the town. In total, Troon has seven courses, plus various others within easy reach, with the most famous being Royal Troon, Dundonald, Turnberry and Prestwick.
Need more inspiration or some advice?
Just speak to our friendly Haven Team. We all live locally to Troon and we'd be happy to share our insight, favourite locations and top tips so just call us on 01292 315553.