The ancient Kingdom of Fife was once one of seven great Pictish kingdoms. It’s a historical county packed full of charming villages, bustling towns, rolling countryside, and a rugged coastline you won’t forget in a hurry.
Despite being compact – around 50 miles at its widest point, this area has a remarkable amount of places to stay, eat, and experience.
You will Fife on the east coast of Scotland, north of Edinburgh, just across the Firth of Forth.
Perhaps most famous for being the home of the world-famous St Andrews Golf Club, one of the oldest clubs in the world and being Scotland’s oldest university town.
The area offers endless possibilities for visitors. It’s filled with historical landmarks, including the iconic Forth Road Bridge, which connects Edinburgh to the Kingdom of Fife. This monumental piece of railway engineering was opened in 1964 and remains one of the most recognisable bridges in the world.
From some of the most exquisite fine-dining restaurants, endless nature trails, wildlife spotting opportunities, and charming villages and towns to soak up the local atmosphere, Fife offers something for everyone.