The heart 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
For such a small village Aberdour has plenty to offer, in between two beaches, with the 13th Century Aberdour castle and the 12th century village church Saint Fillans.
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.
Dysart, a conservation area, is a pretty harbour town. It's very picturesque and many visitors like to stroll along the 'sailors' walk', a path connecting the town to the outer end of the harbour.
There are a considerable number of royal connections that extend along the coast from Aberdour to West Wemyss and north to Falkland and Ballingry.
Kinghorn is a small seaside resort boasting lovely beaches, great coastal walks and a warm welcome!
There's always something to do in Kirkcaldy, known locally as the 'Lang Toun'. Every April It hosts the Links Market which is Europe's longest street fair, with over 200 fairground rides and attractions.