Troon Ferry Port
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Troon ferry port is located on Scotland's south-western coastline, and the harbour attracts anglers, sightseers and yachting enthusiasts who can enjoy the excellent facilities of the Troon Yacht Haven. The town is a tidy, charming, and peaceful seaside location, and is a popular holiday resort with its award-winning soft, sandy beach overlooking the Isle of Arran. Troon also offers families a range of activities such as crazy golf and putting, an indoor swimming pool, squash and tennis courts and bowling greens.
When you disembark from your ferry you can enjoy a good selection of restaurants and wine bars in the town. Of course, Troon is most famous for golf, and is home to six excellent gold courses for you to test your game upon. By far the most notable of these is the Royal Toon, which regularly hosts the Open Championship, and did so most recently in 2004.
Arran House, 100 Port Ranald Drive, Troon, Ayrshire, KA10 6HH, Scotland