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The weather in Gourock
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Gourock in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Unravel Bronze Age mysteries with holiday lettings in Gourock
Discover mysterious Bronze Age monoliths and Jacobean castles, along with spectacular natural landscapes from your holiday home in the atmospheric resort town of Gourock, Scotland.
Bronze Age treasures
Be transported back to the Bronze Age when you visit the remarkable Granny Kempock Stone atop Kempock Point. Legend has it that sailors and local marriages once solicited the stone's blessing. Walk around the stone seven times for good luck.
Why not have a look at Newark Castle, one of the finest examples of architecture from its period in Scotland, filled with Renaissance details including a 16th century bed press and murals. Look out on the Firth of Clyde, and take a peek at what life was like below stairs for the castle's servants.
Watersport and shelling
The rock pools in Lunderston Bay teem with life. Colourful starfish, barnacles and seaweeds throng on the coastline. You'll also see larger creatures, from gulls to seals fishing off this spectacular stretch of coast. Follow the cycling routes, take a dip in the sea, or go shelling on this ancient sand beach. The Greenock Cut Ranger Service leads special family events throughout the summer.
Kids love splashing about at Gourock Outdoor Pool. This heated pool also offers state the art facilities and a patio where you can relax in the sunshine.
The views over the sea and the River Clyde from Lyle Hill are resplendent throughout the year. The panorama includes Gourock, Dunoon and the Holy Lock. This is the best view around so make sure you pack your camera.
Birkmyre Park is one of Inverclyde's most picturesque green spaces. There's so much to do in this leafy haven. Hit the gym, take the kids to the playground or enjoy coffee at the renovated Victorian park keeper's cottage. There are also lots of sports on offer, making this a popular centre for leisure of all kinds in the summer months.
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