This was for decades the arrival and departure point for visitors coming to Corrie from ‘doon the watter’, Glasgow and beyond.
The port area has children’s swings adjoining, and is also close to Bluebell being the historic safe haven for working and now mainly leisure boats.
At the south end of the village is the Sandstone Quay which provides safe seawater paddling and swimming with a small beach area.
The Isle of Arran is known as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ with something for everyone; walking, climbing and picnics.
There are no less than seven golf courses on Arran. For more information visit www.golfonarran.com.
The Isle of Arran is a fascinating place for birding at any time of the year, with a healthy population of raptors, notably Buzzard, Kestrel, Sparrowhawk, Hen Harrier, and many more.
Visit www.arranbirding.co.uk for full details on how to get the best out of your visit to Arran.
There are two whisky distilleries on the Isle of Arran. See www.arranwhisky.com for more details.
Sannox Beach is a lovely sandy beach with pink sand and small dunes.
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