Fife is region of remarkable variety, all contained within 1,325 square kms on the east coast of Scotland. The 'Kingdom of Fife' is famous for its colourful fishing villages, glorious beaches and coastline, and St Andrews - the home of golf. There's much more to enjoy though. With its rich culture, history and heritage, outdoor activities, leisure pursuits, delicious local food and welcoming accommodation, you'll want to come back to Fife again and again.
Cupar and the north of Fife is beautiful area with a great variety of scenery, places to visit and visitor attractions.
Dunfermline & West Fife is an area rich in history and heritage with the iconic Forth Bridge and the ancient capital of Scotland.
The East Neuk of Fife is a delight to visit with charming picturesque fishing towns.
The Heartlands of Fife is an area of contrasts, from the Lomond Hills which are the highest point in Fife down to the coastline which has quaint harbours and pristine beaches
There's lots to enjoy in the Levenmouth area. Highlights include the Fife Coastal Path, the lovely parks at Letham Glen and Silverburn and the good selection of traditional links golf courses.