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Cupar and North Fife


A small and picturesque village, Falkland retains a traditional charm from its medieval roots.

Today Falkland is famous as a filming location for the hugely popular TV series Outlander.

Falkland was the first conservation village in Scotland thanks, in part, to its grand past. Falkland Palace was one of Mary Queen of Scots' favourite places to visit and is one of the finest examples of French renaissance architecture in the UK. It's also home to the world's oldest real tennis court.

If you love the outdoors, head to Falkland Estate to enjoy some beautiful walks. If you're feeling energetic you can climb East Lomond (also known as Falkland Hill) for some fine views over Fife.

Bring history to life with the new augmented reality app 'In the Footsteps of Kings' which can be enjoyed at both Falkland Palace and Falkland Estate.

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A Bonnie Wee Cake

A Bonnie Wee Cake

Delicious individually designed cakes made to order for any occasion - birthday, wedding, christening, anniversary or 'just because'.

Centre for Stewardship in Falkland

Centre for Stewardship in Falkland

Falkland Estate Trust is a landowner that looks after Falkland Estate with two in-hand farms, a historic designed landscape, historic buildings and the Centre for Stewardship that runs activities and events.

Lomond Hills Regional Park

Lomond Hills Regional Park

The Lomond Hills are Fife's most prominent landmarks and the centre of over 25 square miles of moorland, lochs and farmland.  West Lomond is Fife's highest point at 1713 ft, so worth the climb for the stunning views!

Falkland Palace & Garden

Falkland Palace & Garden

Why not experience a day in the life of the Stuart monarchs at Falkland Palace and a favourite place of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Falkland Estate

Falkland Estate

Once a hunting ground for Stuart Kings & Queens, the estate is now a working landscape of upland pasture, farm and forest with pleasure walks. Thanks to much conservation effort, you can retrace royal footsteps on this fascinating and historic land....

Local Food Works

Local Food Works

Local Food Works is a Climate Challenge Fund project encouraging people to enjoy and buy delicious, locally produced food from our community.

Pillars of Hercules

Pillars of Hercules

Growing organically since 1983, Pillars of Hercules is a popular vegetarian cafe and farm shop. If you're in the Falkland area it's well worth a visit.

Map of Fife - Falkland

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