The Ancient Kingdom of Fife, just north of the Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth, is perhaps most famous because of St Andrews, the undisputed home of golf. But it’s not just St Andrews! There’s a wonderfully relaxing atmosphere throughout Fife, from the delightful fishing villages of the East Neuk to the rolling hills of the Howe. It’s not just golf either! From kart racing to horse-riding, cycling to fishing, there is a whole lot on offer, even if hitting little white balls into a hole is not your cup of tea.
Superb adventure centres at Elie Watersports, Newton Hill Sports, Knockhill racing Circuit, and The Scottish Off Road Driving Centre.
Children and families are well catered for too. A wide range of activities in St Andrews keep children occupied and content. Choose from playing on the beach (sand castle competitions during the summer months), kite flying, visiting the St Andrews Aquarium, the challenge of the Himalayas, or a trip to St Andrews’ own cinema.
The Home of Golf
You owe it to yourself to experience, at least once in your lifetime, the commonly accepted birthplace of golf – St. Andrews. St Andrews Golf Links has six beautiful courses.
Where To Stay
St Andrews has a range of quality accommodation, from hotels to guest houses. Here we recommend accommodation for you to book in order to fully enjoy your stay in Fife.
What makes St Andrews & Fife great?
About St Andrews has visitor information for accommodation in St Andrews, things to do when visiting and enjoying the spectacular selection of world famous golf courses in Fife, Scotland.
Education At St Andrews University
St Andrews is Scotland’s 1st University and the 3rd oldest in the UK, upholding academic excellence.
Exciting Outdoor Activities
A wide range of activities in St Andrews keep adults & children occupied and content.
St Andrews has a range of quality accommodation, from hotels, guest houses and self catering.