To help you make the most of your visit to the Kingdom of Fife, why not browse through our recommended trips for some inspiration.
Want the inside track and some tips on things to see and do when visiting Fife… that you can only do in Fife? You’ll be surprised at what this region offers from historic bridges, to strange stones and big fish! Intrigued?
What a combination! Landscape, coastline, landmarks and nature fuse together to bring you views of places you might not believe are in the Kingdom of Fife.
But they are... and just waiting for you to explore and discover more. Here are just Five from Fife but there’s plenty more to enjoy.
If you’re looking for unforgettable food experiences to wow, then you’ve come to the right place. Fife has a feast of flavours to tantalise those taste buds. It’s all about the time, the place, the food and the people. Here’s five Fife food experiences that you should try at least once in your lifetime! From eating delicious steak in a barn made from potato boxes to Michelin starred dining and award-winning cheese and ice cream, Fife is definitely one for the foodie bucket list.
It would be pants not to experience some of the hottest art venues in Fife. Why not take the train and follow the Artline to Fife, make some stained glass pants (not to wear obviously!), meet talented artists and craft makers and witness incredible craftsmanship up close as works of art are created.
Visit the places where history left its mark! Immerse yourself in ancient tales of people and places. Follow in the footsteps of royal history, experience the favourite places of Mary Queen of Scots and journey pilgrims’ travels. Be inspired by Outlander, see medieval masterpieces and don’t forget to share your historic tales.
A foodie’s delight! There’s not just fabulous food and drink to enjoy in the Kingdom of Fife, but amazing views to accompany your meal. Here are just five of them for starters but there are plenty more on the menu!
From chocolate trails to award-winning ice cream parlours, Michelin starred dining to cosy cafes, as well as great farm shops. You're sure to find a treat with a view for an experience to remember!
Heard of the Famous Five? Well here’s Fife’s wildlife famous five for you to spot throughout the seasons on land, sea and on the skyline when you’re out and about. Comical puffins on the Isle of May, soaring sea eagles and colourful dragonflies. Look out in autumn for scurrying squirrels on the red squirrel trail in Devilla Forest and cute seals along the Tentsmuir shoreline.
Creating memories doesn’t have to cost the earth. There are so many fun things to do in Fife from beach days, park days, inside days in funky places and outdoor walks in really special places you might not think of! You really can have fun without breaking the bank!
How will you come to life in Fife? If you're looking for an exhilarating experience, check out our 'Around Fife in Five' from racing in an F1 car at Scotland's national motorsport centre, to getting Blown Away as you land yacht along West Sands beach.
View our Come to life in Fife video here and take the trip! What are you waiting for?
The ancient Kingdom of Fife is the spiritual and cultural home of the game of golf. Herein lies St Andrews the epicentre of world golf where the Old Course is the Mecca to which every golfer wants to make pilgrimage at least once in a golfing lifetime.
Alistair Bruce, General Manager from BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel shares his top tips for places to visit and things to do in and around Dunfermline.
Keen cyclist and Sustainability Researcher James Bonner took a 3 day cycle around the Fife coast, taking in some of its natural and cultural attractions.
Frances and Struan from Cambo Estate give us their insider tips to exploring the East Neuk.
Euansguide.com is a listings and review website that helps disabled people and their families know which venues are truly accessible. The team at Euan's Guide love coming to Fife and have given us their recommended itinerary for an accessible trip to the Kingdom.
Of Fife’s 50 golf courses many are internationally renowned – the Old Course at St Andrews being the most famous of all – but among the Kingdom’s unique collection there are many that deserve a much higher profile.