Greenock Shore Excursions
Tour Duration Approx: 1 Day
Having sailed down the Clyde estuary and seen some of our countries beautiful scenery, you can now extend your experience of what Scotland has to offer with a selection of our exclusive Greenock Shore Excursions, you will be met with a warm welcome from Graeme your kilted piper. Sit back and relax as we depart the shore line of Greenock, embark on your choice of excursions from your cruise ship.
Scotland’s largest city Glasgow is only a 26 mile journey eastwards from this old industrial shipbuilding town. Explore the Gothic architecture of the ancient Glasgow Cathedral, also known as St Kentigern’s or St Mungo’s Cathedral. Take a short walk across to the oldest house in the city, the Provand’s Lordship built in 1471.
From the old city centre of Glasgow we take a short drive to the city of Stirling. Famously known as “the Gateway to the Highlands” this old ancient town, now granted city status by the Queen to mark her Golden Jubilee, has an abundance of attractions to visit such as Historic Stirling Castle, the Bannockburn Centre or the National William Wallace Monument.
A short trip from here you can either visit Deanston Whisky Distillery, Doune Castle or head off to the bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond to experience one of the most beautiful lochs in the world.
Exciting news for 2018, we are offering you brand new shore excursions from Greenock, including golf, whisky or castle tour in a one day tour down the Firth of Clyde coastline. Enjoy a morning round of golf in Largs followed by a visit to Portencross Castle to enjoy the iconic views of the Isle of Arran. You may either choose to visit Auchentoshan Whisky Distillery or take a nice stroll down the promenade in Largs.
Fancy an adventure to Pucks Glen, get your hiking shoes on as we take a 15 minute ferry crossing from Gourock to the shore of Dunoon in Argyll. Enjoy an enchanting forest walk through mystical waterfalls and fairy pools. Enjoy lunch at a local eatery before traveling through the “rest and be thankful” which divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. In the afternoon you can enjoy a visit to Luss a quaint village on the banks of Loch Lomond or if you are still feeling energetic then why not visit Dumbarton Castle and climb over 500 steps to view some great photographic views of the Clyde Estuary.
Get in touch today to book one of our Greenock Shore Excursions to avoid disappointment. We are a small family business in Largs just a short distance down the shore side from Greenock. We offer unique excursions with your tour guide Graeme playing bagpipes on location. Why not book the Kilted Piper for your Invergordon and edinburgh excursions at a special rate.