Machrie Beach

North Ayrshire, Scotland

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About Machrie Beach

Machrie Beach is especially shingle, but it provides a nice picnic place for you to sit and observe the boats on Kilbrannan Sound passing by. It is located in the village of Machrie, the Isle of Arran, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. As with the entire West Coast, spectacular views to Kintyre can be tasted while you take your lunch. It is popular for its Standing Stones that are a local visitors attraction, alongside with the King's Cave, which was thought to have been used by Robert the Bruce, King of Scots from 1306 until 1329.

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North Ayrshire, Scotland
Latitude: 55.564602, Longitude: -5.348725

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