With its stunning landscapes, historic landmarks, and vibrant culture, Fife invites you to immerse yourself in its charm, history, and warm Scottish hospitality for an unforgettable experience. Explore the picturesque coastline and discover charming fishing villages like Anstruther and Pittenweem, where you can indulge in fresh seafood and soak up the coastal atmosphere. Take a leisurely stroll along the Fife Coastal Path, offering breathtaking views of the North Sea and the iconic Forth Bridges. From coastal to countryside our Fife lodges and holiday parks deliver a holiday that all family members will love. Including hot tub, luxury and pet-friendly, we've got you covered however you wish to spend quality family time.
A must place to visit is the Scottish Deer Centre, a great place for kids big and small. With a collection of animals that includes 12 species of deer and animals that have been lost to the Scottish countryside, such as wolves, lynx, wildcats and the European Brown Bear. The centre is open year-round and includes daily feeding talks, falconry shows and both indoor and outdoor play areas.
Leven East Beach is a wide sandy beach in Leven. A picturesque spot that includes a promenade, open green spaces, a golf course, a skateboard park, an outdoor gym and a children's play area. It has magnificent views across the Firth of Forth and is a perfect place to tuck into a picnic overlooking the beach.
The Kingdom of Fife in Scotland may be compact and known for its world-famous golf courses, but this destination can deliver on all fronts. From St Andrews Links golf course to the R&A World Golf Museum there are many other places waiting to be explored. The Forth Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site, links the Kingdom of Fife with Edinburgh and is easily accessible by rail, car or plane. From innovative family days out, to a ramblers paradise with many accessible routes, to the longest ( 117 miles!) coastal path in Scotland.