Brodick is a village in Scotland, on the Isle of Arran. It is with about 600 inhabitants, the second largest town on the island and is one of North Ayrshire Unitary Authority.
Location and transport
Brodick is located on the Firth of Clyde on the east side Arrans. The village is the focal point for tourists and transport to and from the island. Brodick has the central ferry terminal on the island. From the harbor buses. On the island runs a ring road, be used on the buses in both directions in the ring traffic. A second ferry terminal is in Lochranza, so that you can cross the island.
In Brodick is numerous retail shops. There is a local history museum and an indoor swimming pool. Since February 2010 there is a beach promenade from the ferry terminal to the end of the village. Nearby Brodicks the Castle Brodick Castle, a golf course and the mountain Goat Fell lie.