For such a small village Aberdour has plenty to offer, and a visit to the 13th Century Aberdour castle is a must. The castle is one of the Fife locations used for filming the popular Outlander series. Kids will also love the augmented reality experience 'In the Footsteps of Kings', bringing history to life in a fun way.
If you're a golfer, you can enjoy golf with a view on the links course, where a number of holes have views across the Forth to Edinburgh, the nearby picturesque Inchcolm Island and its historic Priory.
If you go in summer, visit the award-winning beaches, or catch the Aberdour Festival, a fantastic ten day programme of music, events and culture.
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Aberdour Golf Club in Fife was voted the fourth best golfing experience in Scotland by the readers of Bunkered magazine. This private members golf course has breathtaking vistas looking over the River Forth across to Edinburgh Castle and Arthur's Seat.