Fairlie lies on the Atlantic Coast of Scotland southwest of Glasgow. It is a small village to the south of Largs and that has a 19th century church and a short distance away a 16th century Tower House. The Church has a plaque to the pilot Alan Boyle who flew the first British monoplane in 1909.
Overshadowed by the Hunterston Nuclear Power Station and an iron ore complex, the harbour features and old established boatyard where Sir Thomas Lipton built his famous America's Cup racing yachts - Shamrock I & II. Inland is the Kelburn Country Centre featuring a glen where the 700 ft Kel Burn falls from moors to sea in a series of waterfalls. There are also magnificent gardens and a museum.
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