Great Cumbrae, Firth of Clyde, West Scotland
Millport is well served by shops including newsagents, grocers, craft and gift, clothes, electrical and hardware stores and an internet cafe. Eating places range from restaurants and pubs to fish & chip and ice cream shops.
Cumbrae is renowned for cycling and has several cycle hire shops. Other activities are an 18-hole golf course, crazy golf, football pitches, fly and sea fishing and a network of walking paths.
The Cathedral of the Isles of the Scottish Episcopal is the smallest cathedral in the British Isles. The University Marine Biological Station has a small museum and aquarium.
Garrison House in the centre of town was the Barracks Captain’s mansion, then the home of the Earl of Glasgow, and is currently being renovated
Facilities include: Visitor Moorings, Anchorage, Fresh Water , Boatyard, Repair Services, Wi-Fi , Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Toilets, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office.
Millport has an 18-hole golf course, with spectacular views over the Arran hills. For fishing, there are two fresh water reservoirs beside the golf course where fly fishing is available and excellent sea fishing is available. The best place for this is from the rocks at Farland Point, just inside the town limits. It is also Renowned for Cycling, has a good network of walking paths and a Small Museum and aquarium.