Fife boasts a wonderful mix of stunning scenery, where you’ll find a wealth of flora and fauna whatever the season.
Walk or cycle through the lanes and past the sandy dunes to uncover a region that is filled with outdoor pursuits and activities. Follow the Fife Coastal Path and Cycle Ways to guarantee a great adventure.
The superb Fife Coastal Path is a clearly waymarked route that stretches 117 miles (188 km) from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in north and takes in wildlife, historic sites and stunning scenery.
Uncover numerous trails in the Lomond Hills Regional Park that take in geological marvels such as the bizarrely shaped Bonnet Stane and Carlin Maggie’s Stane. The park contains the highest hills in Fife that offer spectacular views.
Fife also boasts 300 miles of dedicated cycle routes through pretty seaside villages and along country lanes and disused railway lines. The beauty of the Kingdom of Fife Millenium Cycle Ways is the variety of terrain which allows you to choose between family-friendly trails and tougher, more challenging, off-road treks.
Fife is home to all three of Scotland's Blue Flag award-winning beaches: Elie Ruby Bay, Aberdour Silver Sands and Burntisland, alongside several other award-winning beaches.
In the sandy curve of Elie Ruby Bay, try a range of sports in the sheltered waters, or head out beyond the bay where the open sea offers a challenge to the more experienced.