Day Tour of Fife Coast


This evening, I am reporting on one-day, small group tour of Scotland's Fife Coast. 

Information on the tour

First, we departed our Edinburgh lodgings and drove north, across the Forth Bridge to our first stop of  St Andrews. Here we visited the St Andrews Links Clubhouse then guests availed of a fun putting experience on the Himalayas Course before availing of refreshments at the Clubhouse. Next, shopping for golf merchandise then on to opposite end of town to visit the (ruined) Cathedral which dates from medieval times.

Teeing off at Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland

St Andrews Cathedral, Scotland

West Sands, St Andrews, Scotland

Himalayas Course, St Andrews, Scotland

On departing St Andrews we drove to the coastal village of Anstruther where we had an enjoyable fish and chip meal at the famous Anstrutheer Fish Bar.

Anstruther Harbour, Fife, Scotland

Next, a tour of scenic, coastal Fife villages which included:

Latter is famous for Alexander Selkirk, whose exploits became the role model for the fictional ‘Robinson Crusoe’.

 Architecture at Crail, Fife, Scotland

St Monans Church, Fife, Scotland

Finally, we returned to our Edinburgh lodgings at 7.30 pm after a long and rewarding day.

More information on the Fife Coast.

The publication Visitors’ Guide to Scotland includes a section on the Fife Coast. ISBN is 978-1-9161`332-0-4. Also available via Kindle..




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