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Arran truly is the best of Scotland compressed into an island 20 miles long and 10 miles wide. Goat Fell dominates the island's skyline and coupled with a rugged and mountainous landscape in the north and gently rolling hills in the south, the island is ideal for walkers and cyclists. But that’s not all. On the island you’ll also find pretty villages, golf courses, ancient castles, prehistoric standing stones and a richness of crafts, food, drink, history and culture.

The island is served by ferry from Ardrossan on the mainland or Claonaig in Kintyre.

Find out more about Arran from VisitArran or Ayrshire Arran or see Taste of Arran for details of the island’s renowned local produce.

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Beach on Arran with Goatfell in the background Brodick Castle from the gardens Walker on Goatfell MV Caledonian Isles Machrie Moor Stone Circle Arran Lochranza Golf club Arran from Millport beach isle of Cumbrae
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MV Caledonian Isles

MV Caledonian Isles

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For a unique and informal dining experience, visit Deck 3 for breakfast, lunch or dinner with stunning sea views.

MV Loch Tarbert

MV Loch Tarbert

Ferry information for the route Claonaig – Lochranza.


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