Unmissable tourist sites
Largs Travel guide
Largs : Michelin's recommendations
Largs, an Ayrshire seaside resort, is very popular with Glaswegians who appreciate its broad spectrum of accommodation and leisure facilities. The Battle of Largs (1263) took place here between Scots and Norsemen during Alexander III’s reign. A monument erected on the town's southern shore, the Viking Festival and Vikingar! all commemorate the battle.
Tourist attractions Largs : Things to see and do
Main Street GB - Largs
The Skelmorlie Aisle , the old part of a larger church, was converted into a mausoleum by Sir Robert Montgomery in 1636. The austere but refined simplicity of the outer walls does nothing to betray the splendours of the interior.
A78 GB - Largs
The steep mountains towering over Largs are part of the four Scottish regional parks open to the public. This area of 260 sq km, covering woods, valleys and lakes, is home to a wealth of different fauna and offers magnificent views over the Clyde aga..
GB - Largs KA23 9QJ
Hunterston Nuclear Power Station is in the middle of a vast industrial zone. Opened in 1964 it was one of the first generation Magnox Reactors. A second nuclear power station, an advanced gas-cooled reactor, was built three years later. Together thes..
14-16 Greenock Road GB - Largs KA30 8NE
The contemporary Brisbane House Hotel is located on the seafront promenade of Largs in North Ayrshire, offering magnificent views of Millport and the West coast of Scotland. This chic, boutique 4-star hotel has 24 stylish bedrooms, all providing fre..