The Old Ayrshire Fishing Village of Dunure a couple of miles south of Ayr, with its harbour, jetty, pub and cottages. Notable structures include Dunure House, built in 1800, Dunure Mill, and Dunure Castle.
Dunure is a small village in the South Ayrshire area of Scotland. Located on the coast of the Firth of Clyde, Dunure is near Maybole. The first buildings in the village were erected in the early nineteenth century, not long after improvements to the local harbour in 1811 made the location more attractive for fishing.
There was previously a train station in the village on the Maidens and Dunure Railway. However this station closed in the 1930s.