Travel back to the past at this historic village, with its white-harled houses with red-tiled roofs which line the steep cobbled streets running from the market cross in the centre to the hilltop abbey.
Over the years The National Trust for Scotland has helped with the sensitive renovation of many of the buildings in the village including Culross Town House (formerly used as a courthouse and prison) and distinctive ochre coloured 16th century Culross Palace.
Recently Culross has featured in the hugely successful TV series Outlander.
At the top of the village you can visit the ruins of Culross Abbey and Culross Abbey Church.
In the centre of Culross there is a memorial to one of it's most famous sons, Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, Scotland's most outstanding naval hero.
Culross is one of the starting points for the Fife Pilgrim Way and is on the Fife Coastal Path.