Clyde Marina, gateway to the Clyde. Deep water marina berthing, full service facilities plus 2 large surfaced boatyards, maintainance, winter lay up specialists
The Kirktonhall Glen runs from the centre of the Village to the Beaches at Seamill
Maidens Harbour was established in the mid 19th century
Eglinton Country Park is a great day out for all of the family, with a range of activities set out over the huge 400 hectare ground.
Lamlash Bay boasts great views out to the Holy Isle, and is the home to Arran Yacht Club. It also has a small beach of soft sand
The Electric Brae is a gravity hill in Ayrshire, Scotland, where a freewheeling vehicle will appear to be drawn uphill by some mysterious attraction
The mystical Dunure Labyrinth lies in the grounds of Dunure Castle
Troon Beach is one of the most popular beaches on the west coast as it boasts clean sands and easy access by both train and bus.
Barassie Beach is situated just round the bend in the coast, from Troon Beach, meaning it does not get nearly as busy as Troon beach.
Brodick Beach sits below Goatfell which together with Brodick Castle, makes one of the most iconic viewes on the island of Arran
This sandy beach lies in the picturesque holiday village of Maidens and runs north all the way to Culzean Castle and Country Park.
Goatfell stands at 874 metres making it the highest point on Arran.
Irvine Beach Park is a long sandy beach and wild dunes. The park boasts great facilities and plenty to entertain the family.
Largs beach is a large shingle based beach located on the northern edge of the town of Largs.
Gently climb up to the Stone Dragon at Irvine Beach Park for stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and islands.