Discover more about Prestwick and its surroundings:
The coastal town of Prestwick, is Scotland's oldest baronial burgh, dating back
over a thousand years. The Scottish King, Robert the Bruce, is said to have drunk
water here, and Bruce's Well can still be seen today.
Prestwick offers a full range of indoor and outdoor leisure facilities including
an indoor swimming pool and one of the largest indoor bowling stadiums in Europe
as well an excellent tennis and leisure club which has indoor and outdoor courts.
Prestwick bay is popular with dinghy sailors and windsurfers.
The Main Street of Prestwick provides an excellent choice of restaurants, bars and
bistros and a variety of independent shops to browse through.
Prestwick has first class transport connections – direct dual carriage way links
to the A77; UK and European air links through Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Ryanair's
West of Scotland hub. Both the airport and town centre are frequent stop stations
on the Glasgow – Ayr railway line.
Prestwick is the birthplace of The Open - the
first ever British Golf Open Championship was held at Prestwick Golf Course
in 1860. Golf continues to be played over this course and at Prestwick's St Nicholas
and St Cuthbert courses.
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