Fife Coastal Path (from 5 to 10 days)
Hike along one of Scotland’s best coastal trails, the Fife Coastal Path, with its picturesque seaside villages, expansive golden beaches, and plenty of interesting history.
Hike along one of Scotland’s best coastal
trails, the Fife Coastal Path, with its picturesque seaside
villages, expansive golden beaches,
and plenty of interesting history.
This area is home to a wide variety of
wildlife, such as seals, dolphins and
the protected red squirrel.
Visit the ‘home of golf’ - St Andrews,
also home to Eton College - famous
for educating the British royal family.
Explore the third oldest university
in the UK (and the oldest in Scotland)
and see the magnificent ruin of St.
From £609 per adult
March — October
Tour company information
A hiking tour where you tell us what you want. What day you’d like to start. When you want to finish. How far you wish to hike each day. On a Hillwalk Tours, the only wishes that matter are your wishes. You are the best person to decide what you want. We are the best people to organise it for you. Every step you take on your hiking tour, we will have been there before you. Each B&B you stay at, we will have checked already. We’ll transfer your bags, tell you all about Scottish history and folklore and show you where to find the tastiest food and the best local whisky.
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