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The Weather in Largs
Above are the weather conditions for Largs. July is the warmest month of the year in Largs, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy history and nature with holiday homes in Largs
Rent a holiday apartment or house by the seaside in Largs and enjoy a slower pace of life. Located on Scotland’s scenic Southwest coastline, Largs offers visitors the chance to retreat into the simple comforts and joys of a traditional seaside town. Largs is home to quaint pubs and restaurants and surrounded by a picturesque landscape.
How to get to Largs
Largs is a small town and doesn’t have an airport or any other large transportation hub. Largs is not difficult to reach, however, with good train and bus links connecting the town with Glasgow, which has an airport with many international connections. The journey by bus or train takes about an hour. The other option is to drive yourself.
Viking Fun in Largs
The Largs Viking Festival is the most popular event of the year and takes place either in late August or early September. Visit during this time and you will see Viking exhibitions and characters all over the town. This is a chance to step back to the 13th Century and see what life was like when Vikings ruled the land. The festival also features street entertainment and traditional Scottish food and drink.
Things to do in Largs: Islands, architecture and the great outdoors
Take a ferry from Largs to the Isle of Cumbrae, better known as Great Cumbrae. This tiny island is home to a number of attractions including the Cathedral of the Isles which is Britain’s smallest cathedral and the Victorian promenade of the island’s only town, Millport. Cycling and hiking are also popular activities on the island.
Mount Stuart House
Travel to Isle of Bute and visit the spectacular Mount Stuart House. This magnificent Gothic revival mansion dates from the late 1800’s and features exquisitely designed interiors and gardens.
The Pencil Monument
Built in 1912 to commemorate the battle of 1263, the Pencil Monument is Largs’ most famous attraction. The stone tower stands on the promenade close to the water.
Originally built in the 13th Century and remodeled in the 16th, Kelburn Castle is one of the more unusual castles in the region. A number of contemporary Brazilian artists have been commissioned to cover the castle in graffiti. The castle and the grounds are both open to the public and are located around 3 km from the centre of Largs.
Discover the simple beauty of Largs Beach, a shingle beach is adjacent to the town. The beach faces out toward the Firth of Clyde from where a ferry departs regularly for Cumbrae.
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