This coastal town is perhaps best known for its international airport, which welcomed Elvis Presley back in 1960 when he touched down en-route to Germany. But Prestwick is also well-known for much more than its fleeting encounter with ‘the King’. Situated on the coast, 34 miles south of Glasgow, Prestwick is Scotland’s oldest baronial burgh, dating back over 1,000 years. Robert the Bruce is said to have drunk the water here at what is known locally as Bruce’s Well. The town also played host to the first ever Open Golf Championship at Old Prestwick Golf Course in 1860.
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