A SKY-HIGH perspective over Largs has been provided through spectacular footage from Loch Lomond Seaplanes.

Douglas Blair, who is chair of the Largs Viking Festival, provided the footage showing Largs and the Clyde coast looking like a toy town up above - and the pilot comes from Largs.

The footage was filmed by a pilot from Loch Lomond Seaplanes who fly over the west coast of Scotland, over a scale of 90 miles, during 45-minute journeys for visitors.

The luxury seaplane offers a first class window seat over 'one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world'.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: It is possible to see some distinguishing features from Largs from up above including the ferry slip and harbour, as well as the Largs Campus, which now houses all the primary schools and Largs Academy.

The short clip gives a spectacular perspective as the seaplane journeys above the town's landscape - and you can also see the back hills as you get a breathtaking view of Largs in miniature.

Largs and Millport Weekly News:
Largs and Millport Weekly News:

Their journeys include flying west towards the Kyles of Bute and Loch Fyne, over the Kintyre peninsula towards the Sound of Jura with the islands of Jura, Islay and Gigha often in view, and sometimes even Northern Ireland if it's a clear enough day, before heading east over Bute.

Watch the video footage below: 

Loch Lomond Seaplanes' website says that their flights "capture a unique and sublime taste of the Highlands and the West Coast" on board.