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 Crail, Pittenweem, 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.