WalkingThe Fife Coastal Path is an amazing project, the first walk of its kind in Scotland extends 78 miles starting at the world famous Forth Bridges and finishing beyond the Tay Bridge. This is a superb walk through a variety of landscapes. You will see almost every aspect of Fife life, farmland, fishing ports and villages, remnants of mining and shipbuilding and development of modern industry. The flora and fauna is outstanding, don’t forget your binoculars! To find out more follow the Fife coastal path link
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CyclingFife is great cycling country with its gentle undulating countryside. A network of country roads is perfect for getting off the beaten track. You can follow a newly devised network of paths around Fife on touring routes or short circular cycles. Bring your own or hire bikes from SPOKES of St Andrews
Some Other favouritesIf you are for something a little more relaxing try Falkland Palace. Falkland Palace is an impressive Renaissance building, built by James IV and James V between 1450 and 1541. The Palace was a country residence of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland for over 200 years. Lush green lawns, colourful herbaceous borders and many unusual shrubs and trees complete the setting for this memorable property.
Or an other National Trust property a little nearer Crail, Kellie Castle, an ancient, and reputedly haunted, Scottish Castle with enchanting walled garden, woodland and meadow walks, Scottish furniture designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and beautiful painted paneling and fine plasterwork ceilings from the 17th century.