The Isle of Arran in Pictures

Max Serjeant

 

Located directly west of Glasgow, the Isle of Arran is the most accessible of the Scottish islands and is often referred to as Scotland in miniature. This is because its geography mirrors that of the country as a whole with majestic highlands and glens on its northern half and rolling hills and moorland in the south. It is rich in history with prehistoric standing stones, castles and links to the Scottish king Robert the Bruce. As if that was not enough, the island possesses several beaches and a Buddhist monastery situated on Holy Island, just off its coast.

 

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