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Cupar is an excellent base for exploring North Fife – but don’t dash off without taking time to explore. Once the County Town of Fife, the grand 17th century buildings in the centre highlight Cupar’s former status, while its centuries-old role as the area’s market town continues to attract a good mix of shops, eateries and pubs.

Cupar’s location in the centre of the fertile fields of the Howe of Fife ensures the area’s natural larder makes a considerable contribution to many of the town’s excellent restaurants, bistros, pubs and cafés. 

For family-friendly outdoor fun, head to Muddy Boots or Cairnie Fruit Farm, which has a giant maze of maize. Alternatively, how about Fife Zoo or the Scottish Deer Centre?

Golfers are spoilt for choice in Cupar, with Elmwood Golf Course, Ladybank Golf Course or, to play the game the 1920s way, Kingarrock, the hickory golf course situated at Hill of Tarvit, a stunning Edwardian mansionhouse.

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