If you are looking for an action filled holiday or even a short break you will find it here. Superb water sports, scenic coastal walking, cycling, horse riding and, of course golf – it’s all here in abundance.
From the delightful fishing villages of the East Neuk to the royal burgh of St Andrews and from the rolling hills of the Howe to Dunfermline, Scotland’s ancient capital, the sights and sounds of Fife will live long in the memory.
With many Historic attractions in the form of Castles, Cathedrals and Palaces there is something for everyone to enjoy. In Fife we have over 300 miles of dedicated cycle routes the length and breadth of the Kingdom, making it easy to navigate your way by bike. Another of our main attractions is our unique long distance walking path – The Fife Coastal Path. Stretching from the Royal Burgh of Culross in the south, to the Tay Bridge in the North, the path meanders through some of the most beautiful and scenic areas of Fife and with the connecting bus route can be enjoyed in smaller stretches.
Fife has everything for the environmentally aware, even housing Scotlands first Earthship Visitor Centre made from recycled materials in Kinghorn.
For more information on Fife go to http://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/kingdom-fife/