The Isle of Arran is located one hour on the ferry from the Ayrshire coast, Scotland.
There is so much on the Island for the visitor to enjoy, from hill walking, golf,
fishing, kayaking, and of course horse riding.
The villages are dotted along the coast, each with it's own unique charm -
favourites must include Corrie and Lochranza.
Cragged peaks in the North and rolling hills in the South have led Arran
to be called Scotland in miniature
An abundance of wildlife is to be spotted - photos below.
If you like golf then you will be spoilt,
with the Island having no less than 7 courses!
The following photos will give you a taster for the
variety & beauty the Isle has to offer.
Isle of Arran - Sleeping Warrior.
55 Minutes by ferry from Ardrossan to Brodick.
Brodick Bay with Goatfell.
30 Minutes from Claonaig (Kintyre) to Lochranza.
Holy Isle - where the buddhists live!
Ailsa Craig as seen form the south end.
Ailsa Craig & Pladda with it's lighthouse.
Pladda as seen from Kildonan.
Corrie is a very picturesque village.
Lochranza at the north end.
Catacol with the 12 Apostles (below).
The hill walking is great!
Coire - an - Lochan
Dolphins spotted near Lochranza.
Deer can be seen in Lochranza.
Seals are a fairly common sight.
Goats can be found on Holy Isle.
Shiskine Golf Course
Machrie Bay Golf Course
Views towards Kintyre from the west coast.
Sunsets from the west coast.