Sunday, August 12, 2018

Fife

The Kingdom of Fife on the east coast of Scotland. Holidays in this historic county are a favourite for people visiting Scotland. Visit Fife and enjoy the relaxed pace, things to do and places to see will make your visit interesting and exciting. Your holiday would not be complete without a visit to the ancient town of St Andrews. It really is a jewel and it is not all about golf. It’s a university town and hence brings a real diversity throughout the year.

But if you are looking for a holiday destination, then this is a region that has much to offer. Friendly bars and restaurants, museums and galleries, and not to mention historic palaces, castles and cathedrals. Visit Fife and one thing you will enjoy, is a stroll along the tree lined streets, or the magnificent beach, which is famed for the movie “Chariots of Fire“.

Visit Fife

Fife holidays take you out and about and visit some of the prettiest fishing villages in Scotland. Crail, Elie, Anstruther to name just a few. Visit the “Secret Bunker”, Falkland Palace, and the one place not to miss, Culross. Visiting Royal Burgh of Culross will simply amaze you as you feel like you have stepped back in time, while being in awe of the beauty. Along with the pretty town of Falkland, it is used as the backdrop in hit TV series “Outlander”.

There are many fantastic walks to enjoy while on you Fife holidays which include coastal paths, wildlife and nature walks. There are also great cycle routes for those that love their two wheels. Alternatively, you can enjoy horse riding which Blairadam Forest is enjoyed by many. Visiting Fife gives you many options on things to do and see. For golfers, this is obviously a big part of the regions attraction, but it is a region that you simply can’t fail to enjoy whatever you decide to do.

There are many historical sites and it is the ancestral home of Scottish monarchs making visiting Fife even more exciting.

The Forth Bridges Collection
Forth Bridges Collection Welcome to the Forth Bridges Collection. All three of these famous bridges make the Edinburgh to Fife crossing over the Firth of Forth possible for daily commuters. The Forth Bridges Collection are three iconic bridges, each with a very different story. Collectively, the three bridges span three centuries. View the #ForthBridgesCollection on Twitter. PmaxThumbnail.place({ ...

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