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A giant play park of fun waiting to be discovered, Arran has more than enough to keep families entertained. Cycling, sailing, quad biking or walking, there’s plenty to be enjoyed by the family, young or the young at heart.

The Isle of Arran offers the perfect island adventure. The compact size, accessible location and variety of activities guarantee a fun family holiday, whatever the season.

The short ferry crossing from Ardrossan makes for an exciting start for little ones and can feel like a mini cruise for mums and dads. Discover cafés, lounges and a play room on board, and you can even bring the dog! Arran is a year round family destination; why not book your holiday around one of the many events and festivals? There’s the Wildlife Festival in May, the Arran Folk Festival in June, or pick up an Arran Passport on the ferry so that kids can record every amazing sight they see. Rich in history, there are plenty of castles and ruins to see with theme days and guided walks. Look out for the bogels in Brodick Castle, which is also home to the island’s best children’s adventure playground.

For those longing for adventure, try mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking, gorge walking or archery at Arran Adventure, or whiz around the bay in a power boat skillfully skippered by Power & Sail. There are also many activities available at Auchrannie spa resort with swimming pools, soft play, a teen zone and a full size games hall for some indoor sports. Enjoy badminton, football or perhaps a spot of tennis or bowls. Look out for the mobile Screen Machine cinema which regularly brings the newest releases to the island for all to enjoy. With so much on offer, it’s not surprising that more families than ever are choosing to take a break on Arran. When I get to Arran I want to …. Discover Viking ruins at King’s Cross Make sandcastles and explore rock pools on Kildonan beach Follow in the footsteps of Robert the Bruce and explore King’s Cave Go ghost hunting in Brodick Castle