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The access to the harbour is limited to those working there so tourists have to be reasonably mobile to get there. However, despite the fact it is steep to get there the harbour is picturesque and worth the walk down.
What a beautiful old fishing harbour. The pretty little harbour was quiet when we visited in Feb and the lobster shack was closed. Despite that we really liked it. There is a nice little beach close by too. There are lobster pots everywhere and the...More
One of our group knew of Crail harbour, & suggested we stop to 'tour'. It doesn't too long at all, as it must be one of the smallest harbours existing. However it is obviously steeped in history & is the jewel in the crown of...More
Lovely small harbour with a small sandy beach. It is probably nicer when the tides in but it is still a lovely spot to sit in the sun and enjoy the views. Signs suggest no vehicle access but there are parking spaces at the harbour....More
This is a gem of Neuk. It's a small fishery town but there are a lot to enjoy. When we visited, small stone houses were lined with lots of flowers and are perfect for photoshoot. Nice stopover from Edinburgh to St. Andrews.
Two nights is not too long for a visit to Crail. Crail is quite small but whilst you’re there there are several beautiful places to visit. Elie has a wonderful beach where you can walk as much or little as you can... More
Two nights is not too long for a visit to Crail. Crail is quite small but whilst you’re there there are several beautiful places to visit. Elie has a wonderful beach where you can walk as much or little as you can manage. There is also a nice pub for a bar snack. Pittenween has a nice little harbour and Anstruther is worth a visit if only for brilliant fish and chips. All would be accessible from Crail by bus.
The best way to get there from Edinburgh would be to take a train to Leuchars then take the 99 or 99D bus from the station to St Andrews bus station. Then take the 95 bus to Crail. If you’re making this journey it’s well worth having a look around St Andrews if you’ve not been there before.
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