Ceres has been named 'the most attractive village in Scotland' and it's clear to see why with its unique village layout and attractive pantiled cottages around a central green.
This green hosts the annual Games, said to be the oldest in Scotland, celebrating the return of local men from the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. Learn how your granny used to live on a visit to the Fife Folk Museum, which gives a fascinating glimpse into rural life in Fife over two centuries.
Griselda Hill Pottery also makes the highly collectable Wemyssware and there's a viewing gallery, where you can watch them paint these beautiful pieces.
Ceres is also on the Fife Pilgrim Way, a new 64 mile route from Culross or North Queensferry in the west to St Andrews in the north east, taking in spectacular views allong the way.