Brodick Bay Beach (Ayrshire)

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  • Information

    Brodick is the second-largest village (after Lamlash) on the Isle of Arran overlooking Brodick Bay. Brodick Bay south shore has a narrow band of sand, mixed grass, rock and shingle. The eastern end near the ferry terminal has a small harbor. The west shore of Brodick Bay has an excellent sandy beach and grassy fringe.

    From the beach you can see Goatfell Arran’s highest peak at 874m (2868ft).

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Brodick Bay Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Isle of Arran, 25 beaches in Ayrshire, or check our list of Ayrshire Dog Friendly Beaches.

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    No water quality measurement available for Brodick Bay Beach.

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