Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Fife

 

Kingdom of Fife & St Andrews Visitor Guide

A surprisingly compact region of remarkable variety. The Kingdom of Fife will greet you with colourful fishing villages that are framed by glorious beaches which sweep the coastline, and miles of peaceful countryside nestled inland. A region perfect for families, Fife fuses a maze of history with a thrill-seekers playground and a treasure trail of hidden delights.

Now most famous for St Andrews, 'the home of golf', the kingdom of Fife was the home of the Scottish kings for over 500 years. St Andrews and its Royal and Ancient Golf Club and the Old Course are now the main attractions in the region. St Andrews itself is an ancient university town which was once the ecclesiastical capital of Scotland.
Fife lies in the Lowlands between the Firth of Forth and the Tay and manages to retain a separate identity from the rest of Scotland. The eastern side of Fife is quite flat, while in the west, the Lomond Hills rise up to well over 1600 feet.

Most of Fife's tourist attractions lie on the Fife coast which is perfect walking country dotted with picturesque fishing villages

Places to visit in the Fife region include

Dunfermline
Culross
Aberdour
Kirkcaldy
Falkland
Cupar
Crail
Pittenweem
Anstruther

Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Fife tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Fife tourist board or similar organisation.