Whether you want a family day out, a relaxing short break or a holiday packed with sports and activities, there is never a dull moment in the Kingdom of Fife. Ancient castles, cathedrals, museums, gardens, theatres, golfing, horse riding, karting, quad biking, ten bin bowling, farm shops, boat trips, clay target shooting, walking, cycling, sky diving, award winning restaurants and fish and chip shops, the list is endless for an action packed holiday.
There are over 40 golf courses in the Kingdom of Fife, all within easy access of Largo and the heart of the Royal and Ancient game, St. Andrews, with its 8 courses is nearby.
Walk to the top of Largo Law and admire the panoramic views or walk to the beach and join the Fife Coastal path which stretches around Fife’s coastline from the Royal Burgh of Culross to the Tay Bridge.
The Kingdom of Fife Cycle Way has a network of over 300 miles of dedicated cycle tours offering something for everyone, including an 8.5mile off – road section along a disused railway line.
Historic Buildings & Sites are plentiful. St. Andrews Castle, St. Andrews Cathedral, Falkland Palace and Gardens, Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse and Gardens, Cupar: Kellie Castle and Garden, Pittenweem; Scotstarvit Tower, Ceres; St Fillan’s Caves, Pittenweem; St Monans Windmill, St Athernase Church, Leuchars; Balmerino Abbey, Culross Palace.
Famous restaurants include The Peat Inn, Sangsters, Ostlers Close, The Cellar and of course the 2008 award winning Anstruther Fish & Chip Restaurant.