This is Cumbrae's sole standing stone though there are records of two more nearby. I
A hub of village activity, Millport Town Hall has been the lynchpin of community life on Great Cumbrae since 1878
This striking Gothic building, is now home to the Museum of the Cumbraes and the Garrison House Café, as well as the local library and council offices.
The Robertson Museum and Aquarium at the Scottish Field Centre showcases many species found in Scottish coastal waters.
The Cathedral of the Isles is one of two cathedrals in the Diocese of Argyll and The Isles, and is a part of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
The Wedge is said to be the world's narrowest house.
Erected by the Officers of HMS Shearwater in memory of two midshipmen who were drowned nearby.
Millport is the only town or settlement of the stunning Isle of Cumbrae.
Little Cumbrae Island is an island in the Firth of Clyde
The tale of Fern Andy and his cave is well known amongst locals on Cumbrae.
Little Cumbrae Lighthouse was completed in 1793 by Thomas Smithand and Robert Stevenson