The Isle of Arran is closer than you think. It takes less than an hour to cross the water to this enchanted island often called Scotland in miniature. With the rugged hills and Goat Fell to the north or the wooded glens and wide sandy beaches to the south there is an ever changing palette of colour and scenery to delight the senses.
Outdoor activities There is a wide range of activities from walking, cycling and riding to quad biking or paragliding.
Golf There are 7 courses to suit all levels set amongst breathtaking scenery, all with excellent playing conditions.
Visitor attractions Be spoilt for choice with the variety of visitor attractions from Arran Aromatics, the brewery, the distillery, cheese shop , chocolate factory and many more.
Natural and Geological Wild life abounds on the island with a chance to spot red squirrels, golden eagles and red deer. If you sit quietly on the beaches you can often see seals, dolphins and otters and sometimes a basking shark. Arran is rich in history and geology with several castles, neolithic standing stones and world famous geological formations. There is something for everyone, from those who want to take life at a leisurely pace to the more serious enthusiast.