The Fife Coastal Tourist Route takes you to some of the Kingdom's most attractive corners.
Distance - 85 miles/136 km
Between the Firths of Forth and Tay lies the historic Kingdom of Fife. Follow the coast from Kincardine to Newport-on-Tay.
The Fife Coastal Tourist Route runs 85 miles (136 km) around the beautiful north east coast of the Kingdom of Fife and takes you to some of the region’s most attractive corners. From Fife's famous bridges, passing through historic towns and the picturesque fishing villages of the East Neuk with their distinctive pantiled roofs and unspoilt beaches, the Coastal Tourist Route gives a taste of all that Fife has to offer.
Whilst cruising along you will find superb sandy beaches, many of which hold the coveted European Blue Flag Award including Elie and Burntisland. Or you could sample one of the world class golf courses which hug the coast.
Don't miss Deep Sea World at North Queensferry, where the longest underwater safari will take you exploring far beneath the waves. The scenery is also breathtaking, with panoramic views of the Firth of Forth and out to the North Sea.
If you fancy a spot of fresh air you can park up and walk along the Fife Coastal Path which now extends from the Royal Burgh or Culross to the Tay Bridge. Whether you're interested in traditional seaside attractions, activity holidays or a look at Fife's fascinating heritage, you will find plenty to see and do as you travel along the coast of the Kingdom.