Attractions In Fife

The Kingdom of Fife is the perfect setting for a short break or a longer stay on Scotland’s sunny east coast.

Whatever you want to explore – the country’s best-kept beaches, the world home of golf in St Andrews, the delightful East Neuk fishing villages, the historic capital of Dunfermline, it’s all in the Kingdom of Fife. You’ll discover a relaxed, refreshing and high-quality environment that’s just 30 minutes from Edinburgh, but a world away from the city’s grime and noise.

Fife’s towns and villages are steeped in Scotland’s history and a visit to the Kingdom is a step back in time. The nation’s ancient capital for more than 500 years, Dunfermline stands as testimony to the Kingdom’s rich heritage. Once the birthplace of monarchs and the final resting place of Robert the Bruce, the town is now a thriving centre of fine hotels and restaurants, excellent shops and superb leisure facilities.

Falkland also displays its royal credentials in its stately Palace, the favourite hunting lodge of a succession of Stewart monarchs while St Andrews, once the ecclesiastic capital of Scotland but now better known as a golfer’s paradise, is home to our oldest university.

Kirkcaldy, the commercial centre of the Kingdom and birthplace of economist Adam Smith and architect Robert Adam, also houses a superb collection of Scottish Colourist paintings in its fine Museum and Art Gallery.

Meanwhile, in the picturesque villages of the East Neuk of Fife, whitewashed buildings with red pantiled roofs overlook cobbled winding streets leading to secluded little fishing harbours, settings which seem to have changed little over the preceding 150 years. They also testify to the strong heritage of sea-fishing that lives on the area.

The past is still very much alive in the Kingdom of Fife.

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.

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Exciting Outdoor Activities

A wide range of activities in St Andrews keep adults & children occupied and content.


Fantastic Accommodation

St Andrews has a range of quality accommodation, from hotels, guest houses and self catering.

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