Guide Us Breaks - East Neuk

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Guide Us Breaks - East Neuk

Food scene

A fantastic traditional pub and restaurant located at Cellardyke Harbour. The beer garden proves popular in the warm weather for a casual place to meet others who are staying in the area. Please ensure you make a reservation in advance for dining.
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The Haven Bar and Restaurant
1 Shore St
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A fantastic traditional pub and restaurant located at Cellardyke Harbour. The beer garden proves popular in the warm weather for a casual place to meet others who are staying in the area. Please ensure you make a reservation in advance for dining.
The Grind is located beside the playpark, Tidal Pool and Fife Coastal Path and offers a fabulous location to enjoy homemade crepes, coffee, cake, bacon baps and soft whippy ice cream. This is a definite pit stop when walking the coastal path or the ideal place for a hot drink after your cold water dip.
Cellardyke play park
East End
The Grind is located beside the playpark, Tidal Pool and Fife Coastal Path and offers a fabulous location to enjoy homemade crepes, coffee, cake, bacon baps and soft whippy ice cream. This is a definite pit stop when walking the coastal path or the ideal place for a hot drink after your cold water dip.
The East Pier restaurant is located on the coastal path between Pittenweem and Elie. The short menu is mainly shellfish and seafood, although soup, cheese, oatcakes, coffee and cake also available. The restauarant is also licensed. East Pier sells langoustines and lobsters are landed and bought locally. Anster Cheese is also on the menu alongside local baker 'Barnett's' bread. The fabulous harbour location offers spectacular views and dogs are welcomed on the open air terrace or outside tables. Definetely worth a visit when in St Monans
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East Pier
East Shore
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The East Pier restaurant is located on the coastal path between Pittenweem and Elie. The short menu is mainly shellfish and seafood, although soup, cheese, oatcakes, coffee and cake also available. The restauarant is also licensed. East Pier sells langoustines and lobsters are landed and bought locally. Anster Cheese is also on the menu alongside local baker 'Barnett's' bread. The fabulous harbour location offers spectacular views and dogs are welcomed on the open air terrace or outside tables. Definetely worth a visit when in St Monans
Known for its "Award winning" Fish and Chips, this  chippy's queue is almost as famous as its produce!  Fresh fish and chips , alongside the usual chippy menu can be eaten in their restaurant, or be bought as takeaway.  Its very busy in the summer months and the ideal spot to meet and chat to other visitors as you wait. Offering gluten free days throughout the year, and daily specials, this restaurant is also licensed.
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Anstruther Fish Bar
42 - 44 Shore Street
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Known for its "Award winning" Fish and Chips, this  chippy's queue is almost as famous as its produce!  Fresh fish and chips , alongside the usual chippy menu can be eaten in their restaurant, or be bought as takeaway.  Its very busy in the summer months and the ideal spot to meet and chat to other visitors as you wait. Offering gluten free days throughout the year, and daily specials, this restaurant is also licensed.  
DOG FRIENDLY Delicious locally sourced, freshly prepared food, using lots of organic and gluten free ingredients.  Large selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes. **NOW LICENSED** Fresh quality barista coffee & a selection of fine wines and local beers. New and used vinyl records and books! A fabulous new venue in town specialising in contemporary and vegan cuisine.  Modern decor and a section of the cafe selling classic vinyls, what's not to love?  Simone and her team will always offer you a warm welcome and you will always be tempted with their sweet treats.
Bread & Butter Cafe
Rodger Street
DOG FRIENDLY Delicious locally sourced, freshly prepared food, using lots of organic and gluten free ingredients.  Large selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes. **NOW LICENSED** Fresh quality barista coffee & a selection of fine wines and local beers. New and used vinyl records and books! A fabulous new venue in town specialising in contemporary and vegan cuisine.  Modern decor and a section of the cafe selling classic vinyls, what's not to love?  Simone and her team will always offer you a warm welcome and you will always be tempted with their sweet treats.
This cake shop and cafe is located just off Shore Street, turn right by the Anster Deli and you will see it. Perfect for a quick lunch, great paninis, toasties and homemade scones.  No trip to Cake Lab is ever complete without a sweet treat too and I highly recommend the Empire Biscuits :-)
Cake Lab
This cake shop and cafe is located just off Shore Street, turn right by the Anster Deli and you will see it. Perfect for a quick lunch, great paninis, toasties and homemade scones.  No trip to Cake Lab is ever complete without a sweet treat too and I highly recommend the Empire Biscuits :-) 
We are situated at the top of ‘Water Wynd’ just a few steps from Pitenweems historic harbour. Pop in and see us if you’re walking the Fife Coastal Path for much needed refreshments. Recommened for a light bite in Pittenweem.
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The Clock Tower Cafe
15 High St
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We are situated at the top of ‘Water Wynd’ just a few steps from Pitenweems historic harbour. Pop in and see us if you’re walking the Fife Coastal Path for much needed refreshments. Recommened for a light bite in Pittenweem.
DOG FRIENDLY Coast Coffee is located in the centre of Shore Street, Anstruther.  Great for takeaway and eating al fresco.  From morning rolls, paninis to salad boxes this is perfect for a light bite or a coffee and cake.  The truffles are the best in town, closely followed by their homemade cake.
Coast Coffee
13 Shore Street
DOG FRIENDLY Coast Coffee is located in the centre of Shore Street, Anstruther.  Great for takeaway and eating al fresco.  From morning rolls, paninis to salad boxes this is perfect for a light bite or a coffee and cake.  The truffles are the best in town, closely followed by their homemade cake.
DOG FRIENDLY The Dreel Tavern is located away from Anstruther's Shore Street, just a short 5 minute walk to the West of the town.  If you are living in May Isle View this is your closest pub/restaurant. Offering a great menu with locally sourced foods and great steaks.  Local ales and cocktails can see you settled in this cosy Tavern, alongside your dog who is also welcomed. If dining, please mention when booking that you are bringing your dog.
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Dreel Tavern
16 High St W
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DOG FRIENDLY The Dreel Tavern is located away from Anstruther's Shore Street, just a short 5 minute walk to the West of the town.  If you are living in May Isle View this is your closest pub/restaurant. Offering a great menu with locally sourced foods and great steaks.  Local ales and cocktails can see you settled in this cosy Tavern, alongside your dog who is also welcomed. If dining, please mention when booking that you are bringing your dog.
An authentic Indian Restaurant on Anstruther's Shore Street.  Open every evening for sit in meals or takeaway, this restaurant offers a huge selection of indian dishes and comes highly recommended.
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Eastern Touch at Anstruther
35 Cunzie St
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An authentic Indian Restaurant on Anstruther's Shore Street.  Open every evening for sit in meals or takeaway, this restaurant offers a huge selection of indian dishes and comes highly recommended.
The Waterfront offers the best all day breakfast in town (although their smoked haddock breakfast is also a great option!) With a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu you will be spoilt for choice in this restaurant, and the location is ideal too, centred in the middle of Anstruther's busy Shore Street.  With inside and outside tables there is a real buzz here and booking is essential.
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The Waterfront
18 Shore St
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The Waterfront offers the best all day breakfast in town (although their smoked haddock breakfast is also a great option!) With a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu you will be spoilt for choice in this restaurant, and the location is ideal too, centred in the middle of Anstruther's busy Shore Street.  With inside and outside tables there is a real buzz here and booking is essential.  
Located in West Anstruther at the Anstruther Golf Club, this dining space has arguably the best views in town - looking out over the sea towards the Isle of May. Booking is essential - offering a full lunch and dinner menu with a fully licensed bar.
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The Rockies Restaurant
Shore Road
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Located in West Anstruther at the Anstruther Golf Club, this dining space has arguably the best views in town - looking out over the sea towards the Isle of May. Booking is essential - offering a full lunch and dinner menu with a fully licensed bar.
Tipsy Tavern is a family run restaurant based on the sea front of Anstruther.  This newly opened restaurant are excited to bring a wide range of cocktails to the village, as well as a gastropub menu cooked by head chef Spud Henderson
Tipsy Tavern Restaurant
Tipsy Tavern is a family run restaurant based on the sea front of Anstruther.  This newly opened restaurant are excited to bring a wide range of cocktails to the village, as well as a gastropub menu cooked by head chef Spud Henderson
A contemporary restaurant that offers fabulous Fish and Chips, alongside the usual chippy menu's.  Food is served here on their now famous enamel crockery, and a chippy tea is a must when visiting the area - pot of tea, bread and butter, fish and chips, what's not to love. Offering GLUTEN FREE options everyday of the week This restaurant is also now licensed so you can enjoy a beer or wine with your meal.
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The Wee Chippy
4 Shore St
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A contemporary restaurant that offers fabulous Fish and Chips, alongside the usual chippy menu's.  Food is served here on their now famous enamel crockery, and a chippy tea is a must when visiting the area - pot of tea, bread and butter, fish and chips, what's not to love. Offering GLUTEN FREE options everyday of the week This restaurant is also now licensed so you can enjoy a beer or wine with your meal.
"Discovered this gem of a cafe on a Sunday walk from Elie to Pittenweem. The coffee is quality and expertly made in a welcoming and comfortable space. the vegan jam doughnuts are delicious and probably? the best in Scotland! They also do really good soup and sandwiches. It is well worth a visit if you're in the area." The stop off point in St Monans - The Giddy Gannet is run by local brothers who have given this bistro a modern revamp to include healthy, tasty, local foods - its also licensed now too :-)
Giddy Gannet
10 Station Road
"Discovered this gem of a cafe on a Sunday walk from Elie to Pittenweem. The coffee is quality and expertly made in a welcoming and comfortable space. the vegan jam doughnuts are delicious and probably? the best in Scotland! They also do really good soup and sandwiches. It is well worth a visit if you're in the area." The stop off point in St Monans - The Giddy Gannet is run by local brothers who have given this bistro a modern revamp to include healthy, tasty, local foods - its also licensed now too :-)

Sightseeing

A local landmark that is currently widely used by locals and tourists throughout the year for cold water swimming. Access to the area has been upgraded in May 2022 with new steps that lead down to the pool, allowing safer access. However, be cautious when accessing the water as it can be quite slippy underfoot. Your host swims here daily and recommends neoprene gloves, suitable footwear and a hat. If you want company on your swim, go to the Cellardyke Tidal Pool facebook page and ask when folk are swimming, someone will always answer and be happy to meet up.
Cellardyke Tidal Pool
East End
A local landmark that is currently widely used by locals and tourists throughout the year for cold water swimming. Access to the area has been upgraded in May 2022 with new steps that lead down to the pool, allowing safer access. However, be cautious when accessing the water as it can be quite slippy underfoot. Your host swims here daily and recommends neoprene gloves, suitable footwear and a hat. If you want company on your swim, go to the Cellardyke Tidal Pool facebook page and ask when folk are swimming, someone will always answer and be happy to meet up.
There is so much for you to discover on the Fife Coastal Path. Stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south, to the Firth of Tay in the north, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience. The route offers a range of walking experiences from easy and level, to wild and demanding. Whether completed in smaller sections or as a long distance route, there is definitely something for everyone. From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St.Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife. The small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugged cliffs, award winning beaches, internationally important estuaries and wildlife reserves, walking the Fife Coastal Path is an experience not to be missed. Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or action and adventure the Fife Coastal Path can offer you this and much, much more. The Fife Coastal Path is one of Scotland's Great Trails and is part of Fife's Core Path network which helps to increase access to green space and establsih links between neighbouring communities.
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Fife Coastal Path
Fife Coastal Path
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There is so much for you to discover on the Fife Coastal Path. Stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south, to the Firth of Tay in the north, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience. The route offers a range of walking experiences from easy and level, to wild and demanding. Whether completed in smaller sections or as a long distance route, there is definitely something for everyone. From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St.Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife. The small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugged cliffs, award winning beaches, internationally important estuaries and wildlife reserves, walking the Fife Coastal Path is an experience not to be missed. Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or action and adventure the Fife Coastal Path can offer you this and much, much more. The Fife Coastal Path is one of Scotland's Great Trails and is part of Fife's Core Path network which helps to increase access to green space and establsih links between neighbouring communities.
The May Princess sails from Anstruther to the beautiful Isle of May almost every day from 1st April to 30th September. Licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency to carry 100 passengers, she has been operating on this run for the last fifteen years. The trip on the boat lasts from around 4.5 to 5 hours in total, which includes 2.5 to 3 hours ashore on the Island, and if the weather allows a slow circumference of the Island by the boat to allow visitors to enjoy the spectacular scenery and wonderful wildlife from the sea. On board enjoy the commentary and assistance during the trip from our experienced Skipper and crew, who will try and make your day out a most memorable one. The boat also has a small snack bar and toilets. The May Island as it is known locally is a remarkable island which lies only 5 miles off the Fife coast and is an important National Nature Reserve owned and run by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and is open for visitors from the beginning of April until the end of September. Christened the jewel of the Forth by Anstruther Pleasure Cruises many years ago for good reason, this is truly a beautiful Island, peaceful with stunning views everywhere. SNH have rangers stationed on the Isle of May during this time to make your visit more enjoyable and informative, they will greet you on the pier when you arrive, give a short talk on the latest information concerning the wildlife and they will also patrol the island during your visit. Isle of May is home to an incredible array of wildlife, up to 250,000 seabirds can nest on the May, which can include 120,000 Puffins, there are also big colonies of Guillemots, Razorbills and Shags (best time for Puffins is from April to mid-August ) also about 150 seals live all year round on Isle of May. Porpoise and Dolphin and the odd whale can be seen, you just have to be on the trip on the right day and be a bit lucky. The Isle of May can lay claim to having Scotland's oldest Bird Observatory, which was founded in 1934 and manned by volunteers between March and November, the remains of a 12th Century Monastery built in memory of St Adrian martyred on the island by Norsemen in the year 875 and the oldest light house in Scotland dating back to 1636. Booking in advance is highly recommended. If you have missed out, its always worth stopping by the hut on the harbour front to check if there are any cancellations each day.
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Isle of May Boat Trips
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The May Princess sails from Anstruther to the beautiful Isle of May almost every day from 1st April to 30th September. Licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency to carry 100 passengers, she has been operating on this run for the last fifteen years. The trip on the boat lasts from around 4.5 to 5 hours in total, which includes 2.5 to 3 hours ashore on the Island, and if the weather allows a slow circumference of the Island by the boat to allow visitors to enjoy the spectacular scenery and wonderful wildlife from the sea. On board enjoy the commentary and assistance during the trip from our experienced Skipper and crew, who will try and make your day out a most memorable one. The boat also has a small snack bar and toilets. The May Island as it is known locally is a remarkable island which lies only 5 miles off the Fife coast and is an important National Nature Reserve owned and run by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and is open for visitors from the beginning of April until the end of September. Christened the jewel of the Forth by Anstruther Pleasure Cruises many years ago for good reason, this is truly a beautiful Island, peaceful with stunning views everywhere. SNH have rangers stationed on the Isle of May during this time to make your visit more enjoyable and informative, they will greet you on the pier when you arrive, give a short talk on the latest information concerning the wildlife and they will also patrol the island during your visit. Isle of May is home to an incredible array of wildlife, up to 250,000 seabirds can nest on the May, which can include 120,000 Puffins, there are also big colonies of Guillemots, Razorbills and Shags (best time for Puffins is from April to mid-August ) also about 150 seals live all year round on Isle of May. Porpoise and Dolphin and the odd whale can be seen, you just have to be on the trip on the right day and be a bit lucky. The Isle of May can lay claim to having Scotland's oldest Bird Observatory, which was founded in 1934 and manned by volunteers between March and November, the remains of a 12th Century Monastery built in memory of St Adrian martyred on the island by Norsemen in the year 875 and the oldest light house in Scotland dating back to 1636. Booking in advance is highly recommended. If you have missed out, its always worth stopping by the hut on the harbour front to check if there are any cancellations each day.
Newark Castle is a ruin located just outside the town of St Monans, on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. Building on the site probably dates back to the 13th century at which time the Scottish king Alexander III spent some of his childhood there. Situated on the Fife Coastal Path between St Monans and Elie
Newark Castle
Newark Castle is a ruin located just outside the town of St Monans, on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. Building on the site probably dates back to the 13th century at which time the Scottish king Alexander III spent some of his childhood there. Situated on the Fife Coastal Path between St Monans and Elie
The origins of St Monans Parish Church date back to 875 when St Monan (or possibly one or more of his bones) was buried here and a shrine was established to venerate his memory. In 1346 David II was wounded by two barbed arrows at the battle of Neville's Cross. One could not be extracted, but miraculously removed itself from his wound after David had made a pilgrimage to the shrine of St Monans. To give thanks he ordered the building of a church on the site.
St Monans Church "Auld Kirk"
Burnside
The origins of St Monans Parish Church date back to 875 when St Monan (or possibly one or more of his bones) was buried here and a shrine was established to venerate his memory. In 1346 David II was wounded by two barbed arrows at the battle of Neville's Cross. One could not be extracted, but miraculously removed itself from his wound after David had made a pilgrimage to the shrine of St Monans. To give thanks he ordered the building of a church on the site.

Attractions

The sandy curve of Elie Bay encloses a wonderful expanse of sheltered water, making it the finest setting for beginners on Scotland's East Coast. Beyond the bay, the open sea offers a challenge to the more proficient participant. The Activities offered by Elie Watersports can be participated in on a casual basis with or without instruction or in the form of more structured courses working towards National Governing body qualifications. Elie Watersports is a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Training Centre and is licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA).
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Elie Watersports
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The sandy curve of Elie Bay encloses a wonderful expanse of sheltered water, making it the finest setting for beginners on Scotland's East Coast. Beyond the bay, the open sea offers a challenge to the more proficient participant. The Activities offered by Elie Watersports can be participated in on a casual basis with or without instruction or in the form of more structured courses working towards National Governing body qualifications. Elie Watersports is a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Training Centre and is licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA).
East Neuk Outdoors is a family-run outdoor activity centre on Fife’s scenic east coast in Cellardyke by Anstruther. We offer a range of outdoor activities for individuals, families and groups including 'come and try' sessions, half-day, full-day or multi-day options. Our qualified and caring staff will ensure your time with us is spent learning new skills in an enjoyable and safe environment. Our activities at the centre are: Kayaking Open Canoeng Sea Kayaking Archery Bouldering Bushcraft and Firemaking Raft Building Team Building activities Climbing and Abseiling Recommended to book activities in advance of your trip as its very popular throughout the summer.
East Neuk Outdoors
East End
East Neuk Outdoors is a family-run outdoor activity centre on Fife’s scenic east coast in Cellardyke by Anstruther. We offer a range of outdoor activities for individuals, families and groups including 'come and try' sessions, half-day, full-day or multi-day options. Our qualified and caring staff will ensure your time with us is spent learning new skills in an enjoyable and safe environment. Our activities at the centre are: Kayaking Open Canoeng Sea Kayaking Archery Bouldering Bushcraft and Firemaking Raft Building Team Building activities Climbing and Abseiling Recommended to book activities in advance of your trip as its very popular throughout the summer.
Situated in a wonderful collection of historic buildings on the harbour of a small and beautiful fishing port, we are a charitable trust which has become a national institution with an international reputation. Our principal aim, in all of our efforts with regard to the displays in our extensive museum and our many educational and research activities, is to excite informed interest in the development of the Scottish commercial fishing industry among people of all ages in and beyond Scotland. The core story that we have to tell is the history of how, through a constant process of innovation, the Scottish fisheries became such an important part of the lives of so many Scots.
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Scottish Fisheries Museum Trust Ltd
Harbourhead
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Situated in a wonderful collection of historic buildings on the harbour of a small and beautiful fishing port, we are a charitable trust which has become a national institution with an international reputation. Our principal aim, in all of our efforts with regard to the displays in our extensive museum and our many educational and research activities, is to excite informed interest in the development of the Scottish commercial fishing industry among people of all ages in and beyond Scotland. The core story that we have to tell is the history of how, through a constant process of innovation, the Scottish fisheries became such an important part of the lives of so many Scots.
For 40 years Scotland kept a secret! Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish farmhouse lies Scotland’s Secret Bunker. 2014 marks the 20th anniversary since the Bunker opened to the public, unveiling 40 years of secrets. We invite you to take the journey down the 450 foot tunnel and through the blast doors to discover the secrets of the bunker, which was built to help safeguard Scotland during the Cold War in the event of a nuclear attack. The Secret Bunker lies 100 feet underground and is the size of two football pitches, one on top of the other so there is plenty of exploring to do! Come and discover how Scotland would have been governed from the depths of Fife and how they would have survived a nuclear attack from the most deadly bombs! Located a short 10 minute drive from Anstruther
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Scotland's Secret Bunker
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For 40 years Scotland kept a secret! Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish farmhouse lies Scotland’s Secret Bunker. 2014 marks the 20th anniversary since the Bunker opened to the public, unveiling 40 years of secrets. We invite you to take the journey down the 450 foot tunnel and through the blast doors to discover the secrets of the bunker, which was built to help safeguard Scotland during the Cold War in the event of a nuclear attack. The Secret Bunker lies 100 feet underground and is the size of two football pitches, one on top of the other so there is plenty of exploring to do! Come and discover how Scotland would have been governed from the depths of Fife and how they would have survived a nuclear attack from the most deadly bombs! Located a short 10 minute drive from Anstruther
The chain walk is more of a scramble! The route follows eight chains, which run vertically or horizontally. Over the course of the walk there are rocks, cliff tops and caves! The route takes around an hour depending on ability and is a distance of 0.5km. Also, the Elie Chain Walk is suitable for children over 8 years old! However, it is important to check tide levels the morning of the walk! This route can be dangerous to attempt if you are not prepared.
Elie Chainwalk Start / End
The chain walk is more of a scramble! The route follows eight chains, which run vertically or horizontally. Over the course of the walk there are rocks, cliff tops and caves! The route takes around an hour depending on ability and is a distance of 0.5km. Also, the Elie Chain Walk is suitable for children over 8 years old! However, it is important to check tide levels the morning of the walk! This route can be dangerous to attempt if you are not prepared.
The pool is in an idyllic location; the windmill which once pumped sea water into the long-abandoned salt pans standing proud on the raised beach above. Hewn out of the rocky coast, the pool is ringed by man-made walls and access points which naturally replenish with a fresh cascade of seawater. Those daunted by the prospect of swimming in the open sea, with its associated hazards (undercurrents, rip tides and so on), would do well to come here. It’s a haven for “safe” outdoor swimming, with little chance of being swept out to sea. It’s thanks to a huge community clear-up that the pool is once again thriving.
St Monans tidal pool
Fife Coastal Path
The pool is in an idyllic location; the windmill which once pumped sea water into the long-abandoned salt pans standing proud on the raised beach above. Hewn out of the rocky coast, the pool is ringed by man-made walls and access points which naturally replenish with a fresh cascade of seawater. Those daunted by the prospect of swimming in the open sea, with its associated hazards (undercurrents, rip tides and so on), would do well to come here. It’s a haven for “safe” outdoor swimming, with little chance of being swept out to sea. It’s thanks to a huge community clear-up that the pool is once again thriving.
Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office for the following amenities which open for the season each year: Rio Grande Railway Puffin’Billy Tractor Rides The Boating Lake Crazy Golf Putting Bouncy Castles Pedal Cars (Under 7s only) The following can be enjoyed for free, all year round: The park itself Adventure play area Zip lines Trim trail Trampolines The Fairy Glen St Andrews is a 15 minute drive from Anstruther.
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Craigtoun Country Park
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Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office for the following amenities which open for the season each year: Rio Grande Railway Puffin’Billy Tractor Rides The Boating Lake Crazy Golf Putting Bouncy Castles Pedal Cars (Under 7s only) The following can be enjoyed for free, all year round: The park itself Adventure play area Zip lines Trim trail Trampolines The Fairy Glen St Andrews is a 15 minute drive from Anstruther.
Nestled on St Andrews’dramatic north facing cliffs, with stunning views of the famous west sands and St Andrews Bay, St Andrews Aquarium boasts one of the finest coastal locations in the historic town. Step through our doors and be transported into an underwater world of adventure and discovery. Come face to face with some of the most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous creatures of the watery worlds. From British sharks to spiders, lobsters to lionfish, poison dart frogs to piranhas, loveable seals……and not to forget our fabulous meerkats. Get up close and personal with our daily interactive demonstrations which include penguin feeding at 2pm, a reptile and spider handling sessions at 11.20am and 2.20pm and an informative talk and feeding sessions with our family of meerkats at 12.20pm and 3.20pm.
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St Andrews Aquarium
The Scores
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Nestled on St Andrews’dramatic north facing cliffs, with stunning views of the famous west sands and St Andrews Bay, St Andrews Aquarium boasts one of the finest coastal locations in the historic town. Step through our doors and be transported into an underwater world of adventure and discovery. Come face to face with some of the most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous creatures of the watery worlds. From British sharks to spiders, lobsters to lionfish, poison dart frogs to piranhas, loveable seals……and not to forget our fabulous meerkats. Get up close and personal with our daily interactive demonstrations which include penguin feeding at 2pm, a reptile and spider handling sessions at 11.20am and 2.20pm and an informative talk and feeding sessions with our family of meerkats at 12.20pm and 3.20pm.