Cupar and the north of Fife is beautiful area with a great variety of scenery, places to visit and visitor attractions.
The unique layout of the village, with attractive pantiled cottages standing round a central green, have led Ceres to be called 'the most attractive village in Scotland'.
Cupar is an old market town to the north of the Lomond Hills, in an area known as the Howe of Fife.
A small and picturesque village, Falkland retains a traditional charm from its medieval roots.
Although it is a small town, Newburgh offers plenty of treasures for visitors. Nearby stand the remains of Macduff's Cross, which (in legend) marks the spot where the clan Macduff was given sanctuary privileges.
This town has many interesting examples of Victorian architecture, from grand villas on the hillside to the elaborate drinking fountain overlooking the Tay towards Dundee.