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What’s on Arran

You can get to the Isle of Arran by ferry from Ardrossan. Known as Scotland in miniature, this is a fascinating and surprising island, with many landscapes expressing everything you will see elsewhere in Scotland. A small, unspoilt place, Arran is big enough to offer a bewildering variety of activities but has managed to retain its intimate island atmosphere. 

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16th - 19th May 2014, Arran:

The Arran Mountain Festival is an exciting four-day event of guided walking and scrambling in the Isle of Arran with its majestic mountains, abundant wildlife and stunning coastline.

6th - 8th June 2014, Arran:

The island, known for being Scotland in miniature, presents a weekend of folk, with sessions, concerts and ceilidhs centred in Brodick.

29th August - 7th September 2014, Arran:

Robert McLellanan, whose influence on the world of Scottish writing has been crucial, was an Arran resident for most of his life.

April - October 2013, Arran:

Arran Heritage Museum, located on the main coast road at Rosaburn just north of Brodick, maintains records of the social history of the Island.

Year-round, Arran:

Brodick Castle and Country Park is unique in being the only island country park in Britain.


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