The North Fife Tourist Trail offers an excellent introduction to a fascinating part of the Kingdom.
The North Fife Tourist Trail offers an excellent introduction to a fascinating part of the Kingdom. Stretching along the A91 from Kinross in the west to St Andrews in the east, the trail passes through the glorious Howe of Fife - rolling hillsides and farmland abundant with colour no matter what time of year.
Take time away from driving for bird-watching at Loch Leven, perhaps climb the Lomond Hills from Strathmiglo or deviate slightly to the ancient burgh of Falkland, with its magnificent Palace. Visit the prosperous town of Cupar, with excellent shopping facilities, before heading on past the River Eden to St Andrews. No matter which end of the Trail you start exploring, you will find something fascinating along the route.
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