Arran is a stunning island less than an hour from the Ayrshire coast.
Known as Scotland in Miniature, the Highland Fault line divides the rugged granite peaks of the north, from the lush undulating pastures of the south. The scenery this creates is breathtaking; from the moment you enter Brodick Bay, you can see the castle nestling under Goatfell, with the Arran mountain range and glens before you.
With amazing wildlife, scenery and heritage, including Machrie Stone Circles, a Heritage Museum and stunning Brodick Castle (the ancestral home of the Hamilton dynasty), Arran also boasts fine produce, including whisky and gin distilleries, cheese, chocolate, toiletries, ice cream and much more. If adventure is more your thing, activities include sea kayaking, hillwalking, golf, cycling, and horse-riding.
VisitArran, as the island's destination management organisation can arrange itineraries and activities to suit your needs. A warm Arran welcome awaits our visitors.