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One of Anstruther's most famous attractions is its award-winning fish and chips which taste even better eaten in the fresh air overlooking the lovely harbour.

Anstruther has long been a fishing village, although these days there are more pleasure boats than fishing ones. You can learn all about the history in the Scottish Fisheries Museum. It's also nice to just stroll along the cobbled streets and enjoy the buildings and charm of this fishing town.  During the summer months, you can also take a boat trip from Anstruther to the Isle of May to view the puffins!

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Forth Ferry

Forth Ferry

Seafari Adventures and the Scottish Seabird Centre officially are once again running the Forth Ferry for the 2016 season, following a very successful trial of the service in 2015.

Anstruther Billowness Beach

Anstruther Billowness Beach

Billowness is the ideal destination for nature enthusiasts, walkers or those who just want to relax.

St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company

St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company

Visitors can watch cheese being made from the Viewing Gallery, and enjoy coffee, home-baking, and freshly prepared meals in the Coffee shop overlooking the Firth of Forth.

Isle of May Boat Trips

Isle of May Boat Trips

Osprey is a big 10mtr Humber Rib renown for being very safe and very stable, perfect for your trip to the Isle of May.

Dreel Meadow

Dreel Meadow

A small site, but a nice burn side stroll and/or wildlife spotting site. Dreel Meadow is principally a wet grassland habitat bordering Dreel Burn.

Anstruther Golf Course

Anstruther Golf Course

Anstruther Golf Club was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years. The initial layout comprised 7 holes with trenches through the middle of the course and poles scattered over the greens to stop gliders landing during the war. In more peaceful times the course was extended to an exce...

Ship Tavern

Ship Tavern

Public house on the harbour front of Anstruther, serving real ale, wines, spirits and home cooking.  

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

The Isle of May National Nature Reserve (NNR) lies on the east coast of Scotland, in the entrance of the Firth of Forth. For its small size it has a tremendous variety of wildlife and is renowned for its rich bird life, seals and reefs.

The Cellar

The Cellar

For more than 40 years, The Cellar has been a leading restaurant in the East Neuk. It re-opened its doors in April 2014 under the ownership of chef Billy Boyter and his family.

Anstruther Harbour

Anstruther Harbour

Anstruther Harbour caters for leisure and small fishing vessels. There is approx. 400 metres of pierside berthing and 100 serviced pontoon berths for leisure craft.

Jo Macfarlane

Jo Macfarlane

Jo Macfarlane is an Artist who runs a Scottish based home scenting company bringing you scented candles and exceptional pieces of carefully selected hand painted Antique furniture.

Anstruther Pleasure Cruises

Anstruther Pleasure Cruises

The May Princess sails from Anstruther to the beautiful Isle of May almost every day from 1st April to 30th September. Licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency to carry 100 passengers, she has been operating on this run for the last fifteen years. 

Cellardyke Harbour (Skinfast Haven)

Cellardyke Harbour (Skinfast Haven)

A small harbour used by a few local creel boats and leisure craft.

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Situated in a wonderful set of historic buildings on the harbour of Anstruther, this nationally important collection documents Scotland's fishing heritage.

East Neuk Outdoors

East Neuk Outdoors

East Neuk Outdoors is a family-run outdoor activity centre on Fife’s scenic east coast in Cellardyke by Anstruther. 

Anstruther Fish Bar & Restaurant

Anstruther Fish Bar & Restaurant

Award-winning fish and chips and fresh local seafood have always been synonymous with Anstruther – and the ‘famous’ Anstruther Fish Bar.


Map of Fife - Anstruther

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