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Some lovely places to eat; excellent fresh fish and chips at the TailEnd or Cromars
Seaside town, known for its many golf courses, including the old course, with the landmark Swilcan Bridge at the eighteenth hole. The British Golf Museum chronicles the history of UK golf. On a headland nearby are the ruins of St Andrews Castle, with it's medieval bottle dungeon. Close to the castle is the University of St Andrews, founded in 1413.
Quaint Scottish town. Beach walks, small boutique shops and lots of eating places. A great place to visit steeped in lots of Scottish history
So much to see in lovely St Andrew's. Visit the cathedral at one end then meander along the the streets stopping for coffee and tasty food before walking it off on West sands beach.