The ruins dominating the high cliffs between Elie and St Monans date back to the 13th century
Dunino Den is a mysterious place. Located behind Dunino Church, which is three miles from St Andrews
Elie Ness Lighthouse has been guiding vessels through the treacherous waters around the Forth of Firth for almost 120 years
Elie & Earlsferry
John Knox’s Pulpit stands at the top of a captivating valley, Glen Vale, which is truly one of Fife’s hidden gems
Auchtermuchty's most famous son was Sir Jimmy Shand, the highly respected accordion player and band leader. He traveled throug
Many, many thousands of years of wind, rain and sun have created this spectacular, mushroom-shaped rock formation
The Isle of May is one of the UK’s largest puffin colonies and you can visit during the summer season
Anstruther & Cellardyke
A tribute to the town's mining heritages. This mural was painted by Kerry Wilson
The tower on the eastern headland of Ruby Bay was built in 1770 for Lady Janet Anstruther to change clothes for swimming
Elie & Earlsferry
The Swilcan Bridge has become a ‘must-pose’ landmark for the many thousands of golfers who play at St Andrews
Discover the charm of St Monans harbour. The Blocks, aka the zigzag pier is also a photographer's dream.
There are two piers owned by Fife Council at North Queensferry known as the Town Pier and the Railway Pier.
Crail is a charming village in the East Neuk and has one of the UK's most photographed harbours.
The magnificent Forth Bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic images of Scotland. It sits alongside
The world’s smallest working Light Tower with a unique view to the Forth Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
St Monans Windmill is one of the most striking images along the East Neuk stretch of the Fife Coastal Path
A distinctive and diverse collection of public art set within a carefully planned urban landscape, dating from 1965 to the present
A stunning sweep of uninterrupted beach stretching from St Andrews along the edge of the legendary Old Course to the Eden Estuary
West and East Lomond are at the centre of Lomond Hills Regional Park with the highest point in Fife at 522 metres