South West Scotland Supporters

manonabeach® is proud to have financial support from the following businesses in the South West of Scotland, plus the Isles of Arran and Islay, listed by supported beach page.  Please use the send your answer menu  or email info@manonabeach.com to find out more.  Click on each Supporter’s banner, below here, to learn about their business.  Also, see what the beach means to them, above their banner.

Benefits to new and renewing Supporters now include:

  • access to beach lovers in largely urban areas (24% London) who are looking forward to their return to your area and to enjoying your services and online products, with hundreds of thousands of hits to the site and being seen in 160 countries.
  • access to over 2,500 films from the archive, including over 1,300 narrative interviews, to use in your social media for customer retention and in your blog, like this example.  Why not use the manonabeach® question to engage with your customers?

Brodick Bay and Lamlash Bay on Arran, plus Beach Highlights:

Blackwaterfoot and Whiting Bay on Arran:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

Blackwaterfoot – Blackwaterfoot beach bounds the well-known Shiskine 12 hole golf course and looks out towards Kintyre and the coast of Northern Ireland on a clear day. Walk along the beach then via the golf course track to Drumadoon Point then on to the King’s Caves and all whilst looking out over the Kilbrannan Sound and the Kintyre Peninsula.

Whiting Bay – Close by is Lamlash Bay looking out over the Holy Isle where you can take the wee ferry that runs in summer months. The waters in this area are part of the “No Take” Zone in which many sea creatures have recovered  thanks to the Arran Marine Discovery Centre which is worth a visit in Lamlash.

…Penny, at Cottages on Arran, below:

Marine Lake Beach, Stranraer:

Machir Bay, Islay:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

Space, freedom, time to relax, time to find some me time and space for the dogs to run, just love the wind in my hair and the smell of the sea, whatever the weather or time of year.

…Janet, at Coullabus Beag, below: