The most southerly of Scotland’s many islands, the Isle of Arran is located in the Firth of Clyde and enjoys a diversity of habitats. The interior is mountainous and the south has lush green hills and woodlands. Seaside treks and walks are abundant, and this is big sky country, so the sunsets are consistently incredible.
Outdoor pursuits are a must on Arran, and there are some great golf courses and cycling routes for visitors to challenge themselves on. The Isle is connected to the outside world by ferry from Ardrossan, so you can be in Glasgow in a few hours for airport connections.