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Fife Coastal Route

Length
77 miles / 124 km
Location
Kincardine – Newport on Tay

With the Kincardine Bridge and the Tay Bridge at either end, the Fife Coastal Route traces a meandering path along the glittering Firth of Forth coastline, passing places such as the Royal Burgh of Culross, the beautiful fishing towns in the East Neuk and historic St Andrews.

  1. Devilla Forest

    Keep your eyes peeled for red squirrels and find historic sites.

  2. Royal Burgh of Culross

    Wander around the cobbled streets and visit the palace.

  3. Dunfermline Palace & Abbey

    Admire the architecture and see where Robert the Bruce’s body is buried.

  4. Deep Sea World

    Marvel at sea creatures in the walk-through underwater tunnel.

  5. Aberdour Castle

    Visit what is thought to be the oldest standing castle in Scotland.

  6. Kirkcaldy Galleries

    Look out for paintings by the celebrated Scottish artist Jack Vettriano.

  7. Scottish Fisheries Museum

    Find out how fishing has developed from the earliest times to present.

  8. Kingsbarns Distillery

    Take a tour and discover the craft that goes into making whisky.

  9. British Golf Museum

    Explore golf’s history from the 1600s to the present day.

  10. Tentsmuir Forest

    Smell the fresh scent of pine and explore the nearby sand dunes.

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