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Holiday in Fife for a short break, but rest assured, you’ll still find plenty to keep you happy for a fortnight on a self-catering holiday in Fife. Fife is well placed for exploring the history, culture and leisure attractions of the western corner of Scotland. It lies within an easy drive of Edinburgh, the historic city of Dundee and the even older city of Perth, from historic castles to sandy beaches, famous golf courses, ancient fishing villages and busy town centres. Not for nothing, has it been voted Scotland’s No.1 Outdoor Destination’ by Scottish Natural Heritage for many years in a row. Having Scotland’s highest number of national attractions also adds to its visitor appeal. Fife also boasts the county’s capital, with Edinburgh playing host to a wealth of arts and culture festivals like the Tattoo, the Film & TV and The Fringe.

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Fife’s largest town is Dunfermline, once the ancient capital of Scotland. Today the town has much to offer the visitor, with plenty of historical and cultural attractions such as St Margaret’s Cave or Dunfermline Palace and Abbey. Motor Racing fans can pay homage to the sport at Knockhill Racing Circuit, Scotland’s Motorsport Centre, offering events ranging from Touring and Stock Car racing or Superbike Championships. The town of St Andrew’s is well known as the home of Scotland’s most famous golf courses, but even If you’re not an 18-hole addict, it’s worth a visit to explore its bracing award-winning beaches.

There are plenty of seaside villages to be explored along the coast at the East Neuk Village of Fife, many homes to Scottish artists and craftspeople whose work can be found in many small galleries. Enjoy a stylish lunch in Culross in what is, by widespread acclaim, Scotland’s prettiest town with a network of 16th Century streets bristling with beautifully restored houses and shops to explore. To view one of Scotland’s greatest landmarks, head for North Queensferry to view the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge from Port Laing Beach.