Planning some days out in Fife soon? There is so much to discover in the east of Scotland. Before the weather gets even more wintery, spend some time discovering the charm of Fife’s outdoors!
Due to the Scottish weather being so unpredictable we know it can be difficult to plan an outdoor trip. However, with these suggestions from EasyWays, you will be able to find something perfect for the whole family to enjoy.
Why not plan for summer 2019? We are now taking bookings for next year. Make the most of your summer holiday by walking with EasyWays! Whether you’re thinking of walking the West Highland Way or the Fife Coastal Path – our featured walk of November – make sure to book it sooner rather than later. If you’d like to combine your walking holiday with another sport, there are plenty to choose from in Fife. Why not take a day out from your coastal path walk or add a day on at the end of your stay in St Andrews?
Days Out in Fife – Advice from EasyWays
If your family enjoy cycling, Fife is one of the best places to visit! There are a number of routes to bike along, including national cycling route number 1, called Coasts and Castles. This route heads north through Fife from Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy to St Andrew’s and across the Tay Bridge to Dundee. If you’re looking for something more child friendly, the Loch Leven Heritage Trail is ideal. Though this is a route just outside of Fife, in Kinross, it’s the perfect path for families with mixed abilities!
The Fife coastline is so popular for water sports and activities! One of the prettiest coastal locations in Fife is the East Neuk, in which there is one of the best outdoor activity centres. At the East Neuk Centre you can take part in a range of water sports from kayaking and canoeing to raft building. When it comes to beaches, the Elie Harbour Beach is picturesque and offers a lot of shelter, it also has a cafe, disabled access and lots of facilities. So, if you are planning to spend one of your days out in Fife going to the beach, this is an excellent option!
Last but not least, there are over 50 of beautiful golf courses in Fife, some of them are thousands of yards. Obviously, the highlight being the famous Old Course in St Andrew’s. Fife is the perfect place to discover new courses and golfing experiences.
As we mentioned in our previous post, there is so much to see in Fife in November and all year round! As we are now taking bookings for 2019, there is no excuse not to spend time in these stunning locations while walking the Fife Coastal Path.