10 Sights & Landmarks in Largs That You Shouldn't Miss

January 23, 2022 Elouise Mccaul

Largs (Scottish Gaelic: An Leargaidh Ghallda) is a town on the Firth of Clyde in North Ayrshire, Scotland, about 33 miles (53 km) from Glasgow. The original name means "the slopes" (An Leargaidh) in Scottish Gaelic.
Restaurants in Largs

1. Skelmorlie Aisle

Gateside Street, Largs Scotland +44 1475 687081 https://www.britainexpress.com/attractions.htm?attraction=4806
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Skelmorlie Aisle

Reviewed By BethM527

Details from Historic Scotland's website: Skelmorlie Aisle, built in 1636 as a private worship place and burial vault, was an addition to Largs Parish Church. It was such a splendid creation that when the church was demolished in the early 1800s, it was saved from destruction. Today the aisle stands on its own, and comprises two elements. The laird’s loft is at ground level and contains an elaborate stone monumental tomb and an intricate painted ceiling. Below it is the vault, which still houses lead coffins. Only open when the Largs Visitor Centre is open as they have the key

2. St Columba's Parish Church

Gallowgate St, Largs, Largs KA30 8LZ Scotland +44 1475 686212 http://www.largscolumba.org
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St Columba's Parish Church

3. Clark Memorial Church

Bath Street, Largs Scotland
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Clark Memorial Church

Reviewed By chas1219 - Largs, United Kingdom

Lovely interior with excellent stained glass .Well worth visiting in summer and taking the audio guide

4. Largs Sea Front

Largs Scotland
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Largs Sea Front

Reviewed By Elizabethmcnaughtx - Ayrshire, United Kingdom

Lovely in the summer for a nice stroll plenty to see and do especially for the kids there’s ice cream shops a huge swing park the beach a soft play bowling and little rides I always enjoy my time with family here! The views are stunning across the water as well.

5. The Pencil

Largs KA80 8JZ Scotland
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The Pencil

Reviewed By Rossergruffydd - Glasgow, United Kingdom

Parked at the spacious Largs Marina public car parks. An easy walk with great views to the 'pencil'. A fine walk into Largs where you can get refreshments and then walk back. The rocky shore is worth a 'potter' with the rock pools and marine creatures.

6. Magnus the Viking

18 Greenock Road, Largs Scotland http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-giant-viking-statue-known-locally-as-magnus-largs-north-ayrshire-scotland-76095858.html
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Magnus the Viking

7. Largs Viewpoint

Haylie Brae, Largs Scotland http://www.ayrshirepaths.org.uk/walklargs.htm
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Largs Viewpoint

8. Largs War Memorial

Bath Street, Largs Scotland http://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/9758
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Largs War Memorial

9. The Three Sisters

29-47 Waterside Street, Largs KA30 9LW Scotland http://www.largsonline.co.uk/3sisters.html
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The Three Sisters

10. Largs Cemetery

Dalry Rd, Largs Scotland http://www.naheritagetrails.co.uk/heritagetrails_largs_largscemetery.php
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Largs Cemetery

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