Situated on the Fife Coastal Path, St Monans draws people to it with its pretty houses and harbour, not to mention the remains of the once-great Newark Castle.
A climb up to St Monans church will reward you with breathtaking views over the Forth, and you can spot the three piers jutting out from St Monans. Climb a bit further to St Monans Windmill to find out about the salt production that used to be based here.
The Bowhouse food market is a must-do if you are in the area. The market takes place each month just outside the village and showcases some of the very best local food & drink, music and crafts.
Enjoy a short walk from either St Monans (0.75 miles) or Pittenweem (1.5 miles) along the Fife Coastal Path to visit this late eighteenth century windmill and nearby saltpans. The restored windmill is the last remaining windmill in Fife with great views across the Firth of Forth. Pack a ...