The best places to visit in Fife – along 117-miles of stunning coastline to gorgeous fishing villages, and huge swatches of sandy beaches.
With 117-miles of stunning coastline, pretty fishing villages, two long distance walks and the Lomond Hills Regional Park – along with freshly landed scallops and langoustines, a farm to table philosophy, and Michelin-starred restaurants it is no wonder I love Fife.
Here is where to stay and how to explore Fife!
Voted ‘No 1 outdoor destination’ in Scotland by Scottish Natural Heritage eight years in a row; it’s no wonder I spend a lot of time in Fife. Here’s the best things to do in Fife.
Fancy a lobster roll, spotting some puffins and a stroll along a beautiful beach? Here is why you should visit the East Neuk of Fife
Offering up accommodation for fourteen across three self-catering cottages, Newhill Farm is more than a place to just rest your head, with a swimming pool, hot tub(s) and games room – it’s your own mini resort in the Scottish countryside!
Above crashing waves and with views across to Edinburgh, you can climb, scramble and coasteer along the Fife cliffs – it’s our Scottish version of a via ferrata!
Fife has truly made a name for itself as a foodie destination. Here my favourite ways to have a feast in Fife Scotland.
Looking for glamping in Scotland? Let’s check in to Catchpenny Safari Lodges – 8 luxury glamping tents perched out on the coast between Elie and St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife.
The East Neuk of Fife is one of my favourite places in Scotland. We visited Elie and the Fife Coastal Path.
The Royal Burgh of Culross is one of Scotland’s best preserved 17th-century villages