Brodick is the main town on the isle of Arran, in Firth of Clyde, Scotland and is one of the country's most famous holiday destinations. Brodick tempts in the tourists with Arran Brewery, Arran Aromatics, and Auchrannie Resort, Creelers as well as a Pitch and Putt golf course. Tourists can also enjoy delicious meals in Chinese and Italian Restaurants. Brodick Castle situated overlooking the port of Brodick is also worth visiting and not only for the amazing views!
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