At EasyWays we want to make sure you do not miss out on things to do on Arran, so here is what you can look forward to before or after your walk. From Scottish coastal walks to experiencing some new wildlife, walking holidays in Scotland are always worthwhile! Walk the Arran Coastal Way with EasyWays.
Outdoor Activities & Scottish Coastal Walks
The island has so much to offer and in terms of outdoor activities. Arran Adventure Company offer a range of tours from bike to climbing. If you are up for something for the whole family the company also offers Segway tours and gorge walking. Also, Scottish coastal walks are great ways of being shown the islands’ natural beauty.
If you are an animal lover, you can have the opportunity to enjoy pony trekking, nature and wildlife tours as well as safari. With the chance to see the animals and birds like red deer, otters and capercaillies.
The island also has many different activities to experience in the water. From kayaking and sailing to windsurfing, Arran is the perfect place to try something new. Why not look at our last post? There you will see all the lovely beaches Arran has to offer!
If you are visiting Arran because of the history, Brodick Castle would be an ideal place to visit. The castle provides a sense of relaxation with the opportunity for a walk in the country park to observe wildlife. Boat tours around the island also offer the chance to see the stunning views on the water.
The Arran Heritage Museum, located just north of Brodick is also worth a visit. With exhibits displaying not only the physical history of the Isle of Arran, but also the social aspect. Many schools visit the museum, so they are welcoming to children; it is something to be enjoyed by everyone. By walking Scottish coastal walks you will come across history all the time!
Spa & Golf
If you are going to Arran to wind down and enjoy the island at a slower pace, Arran offers Scotland’s first island destination spa – the ASPA at Auchrannie Resort is an amazing way to spend your day or trip. Being the home of the globally recognised Arran Aromatics, the island is an ideal location for you de-stress and get away from a busy life.
Also, with as many as seven golf courses to enjoy on Arran, it is your chance wind down in incredible surroundings. With one of the island’s three eighteen-hole courses in Brodick, the largest town in Arran, the course is easy to access.
This is the perfect chance to walk the island and visit some of these places. If you would like to know more, contact us.