Towns and villages in Fife

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  • Al fresco dining in the sunshine, St Andrews, Fife
    Al Fresco Dining, St Andrews, Fife
  • Looking across to the beach at Burntisland with the town in the background
    Burntisland
  • Looking across the main square in Falkland
    Main square in Falkland
  • Looking across the sands at low tide to the popular town of Kinghorn
    Kinghorn harbour
  • Looking along the seafront at the harbour of the fishing port of St Monans
    Seafront at St Monans

Explore Fife’s towns and villages and find the perfect place to book accommodation or visit on a day trip.

Each town and village in Fife is unique and has its own shops, attractions and activities.

The historic town of Dunfermline is home to Dunfermline Abbey, the final resting place of many of Scotland’s kings and queens, including national hero, Robert the Bruce.

Kirkcaldy sits on the banks of the Firth of Forth, overlooked by the ruins of Ravenscraig Castle. Head to the Adam Smith Theatre for a lively programme of theatre, dance and music or visit the Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery when it reopens in the summer of 2013, following an extensive work programme.

The East Neuk runs around the eastern peninsula of Fife. Uncover the incredibly picturesque fishing villages of CrailPittenweem, St Monans, Elie and Anstruther, home to the Scottish Fisheries Museum.

St Andrews is known as The Home of Golf, and is the seat of Scotland’s oldest university. Don’t miss St Andrews Cathedral, the castle and the award-winning West Sands beach which featured in the opening scene of Chariots of Fire.

The medieval burgh of Cupar is steeped in history and set amongst a patchwork of fields, rolling hills, woodlands and farming communities.

Take a look through the listings for towns and villages in Fife and plan your trip.

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  1. Cardenden

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    Cardenden

    Cardenden is a former mining town 4 miles north east of Cowdenbeath in west Fife.

  2. Anstruther

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    Anstruther

    Anstruther is a charming fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife, popular with day-trippers and holidaymakers.

  3. Lundin Links

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    Lundin Links

    Lundin Links lies adjacent to Lower Largo under Largo Bay.

  4. Glenrothes And Markinch

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    Glenrothes

    Glenrothes is one of Scotland's post-Second World War new towns.

  5. Tayport

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    Tayport

    Tayport is a small town with a harbour on the south side of the River Tay.

  6. West Wemyss

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    West Wemyss

    West Wemyss is a coastal village in Fife.

  7. Crail

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    Crail

    Crail is a historic fishing village in the pretty East Neuk of Fife. Explore the narrow wynds of the village or simply take a walk along the quaint harbour to see the fishing boats.

  8. Dysart

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    Dysart

    On the eastern edge of Kirkcaldy lies the old suburb of Dysart.

  9. Falkland

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    Falkland

    Falkland is a picturesque town in Fife, famous for its royal palace.

  10. Rosyth

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    Rosyth

    Rosyth is a town on the Firth of Forth in Fife.

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