Lochranza Castle is located about 15 miles north of Brodick, the capital of the Isle of Arran. Once a hunting lodge of the Scottish Kings, this 14th century castle is now in ruins, but is nonetheless picturesque.
This village on the northern tip of Arran is overlooked on several sides by hills where you
may see deer. A small vehicle ferry takes you from here over to Claonaig on the Kintyre
Peninsula on the mainland opposite.
Here is a selection of my photos: