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With its safe, sandy beach, dramatic volcanic plug as a backdrop and the 15th-century Rossend Castle, Burntisland is a wonderful place to visit.

If you go in July the Highland Games - one of the oldest in the world - is worth seeing. Burntisland is also home to the 10th-oldest golf club in the world, and visitors are made very welcome.

There are guided historical walks round the town in the summer and an annual exhibition. Burntisland is a great place for families, with a fun fair in the summer months, a leisure centre right next to the beach and lovely walks along the Fife Coastal Path.

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Museum Of Communication

Museum Of Communication

One of Scotland's only museums of communication, with a regular programme of exhibitions and events.

Burntisland Harbour

Burntisland Harbour

The Port of Burntisland is the Forth’s most natural harbour and one of its oldest.

Burntisland Links

Burntisland Links

Burntisland Links is a great place for families, right next to the award winning beach.

Pipe Band Championship

Pipe Band Championship

Featuring the best pipe bands from all over Scotland and the North of England in a colourful spectacular for all ages. 

Burntisland Golf House Club

Burntisland Golf House Club

Burntisland Golf House Club possesses a character quite unlike that of any other course in Fife.

Burntisland Heritage Trust

Burntisland Heritage Trust

The aim of Burntisland Heritage Trust is to protect and promote all aspects of Burntisland's heritage.

Burntisland Beach

Burntisland Beach

This Seaside Award beach is an excellent destination for families, offering plenty of history and exciting places to visit close by.

Fife Coastal Path - Burntisland to Buckhaven

Fife Coastal Path - Burntisland to Buckhaven

Burntisland to Buckhaven 14 miles or 22.5 km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.   Starting at Burntisland, this section of the Fife Coastal Path winds its way to Buckhaven over a 14 mile (22....

The Ecology Centre

The Ecology Centre

Welcome to The Ecology Centre Find us in stunning grounds by Kinghorn Loch in Fife where we actively use nature and the environment as a tool to improve quality of life.   Corporate & Business Services Meetings, seminars and training facilities. Team Building Events Volunteering Oppo...


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