No visit here is complete without taking some time to explore the East Neuk of Fife. Neuk’ is the old Scots word for corner, and the East Neuk is the name given to the area of land that runs around the East coast of Fife. The delightful East Neuk villages, nestling amongst the natural harbours of the coastline, are testimony to the heritage of sea-fishing that still lives on in the Kingdom of Fife. The villages host numerous festivals and activities throughout the year, from beach cricket to arts and food festivals.
Pittenweem Arts Festival
For a week in August each year the village of Pittenweem is transformed by this popular event.
Scotland’s Secret Bunker
Definitely one of Scotland’s best kept secrets! Discover what really went on during the time of the Cold War.
Scottish Fisheries Museum
Located at the bustling harbour town of Anstruther.
Isle of May Ferry
Adjacent to the Fisheries Museum, and well worth a trip during sailing period between April and the end of September.
Situated a few miles inland, a visit to 14th century Kellie Castle (and Gardens) will make for an enjoyable day out.
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One of Scotland’s finest Renaissance palaces, adored by Mary, Queen of Scots.
Discover the World’s premier golf heritage centre, just yards from the famous old course at St Andrews.
Hill of Tarvit
A grand day out, Edwardian-style with period games and 9-hole hickory golf club course.