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St Andrews

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standrewsDescribed as one of Europe’s finest towns, St Andrews attracts visitors from all over the world.

 

Perhaps most famous as the spiritual home of golf, you can play at its most famous course, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which has played host to some of the world’s champion golfers at the British Open Championship. A trip to the British Golf Museum should be on every golfing enthusiast’s bucket list.

 

St Andrews University, one Europe’s most prestigious, dominates the centre of town, with graceful ivy-covered buildings, enchanting quads and hidden gardens. Trendy shops, brew pubs and eateries cater to the student crowd.

 

Explore the Medieval centre of town via cobbled streets and narrow alleyways that lead to the castle, the ruined cathedral and the church of St Regulus, where you can climb the spiral staircase and enjoy stunning views of the area.

Visit one of St Andrews’ lovely beaches, such as West Sands, where the famous race scene from Chariots of Fire was shot. The Botanic Gardens and the Aquarium are top days out, and the Byre Theatre, one of only four 5-star arts venues in Scotland, hosts world class productions year round.

 

St Andrews is an elegant and historic holiday destination- no wonder is it at the top of so many visitors’ ‘must see’ list.

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East Neuk of Fife

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enofSteeped in history, East Neuk of Fife boasts some of the most charming villages in all of Scotland, such as St Monans, Pittenweem, Crail and Anstruther.

 

Cobbled streets and whitewashed cottages with faded red tiled roofs, the divine aroma coming out of traditional smokehouses-it all transports you back to a simpler, more peaceful time. There are long beaches, sandy coves and rock pools to explore, as well as many castles, museums and historic buildings.

 

The Fife Coastal Path section between Pittenweem and Elie has been hailed as one of Britain’s top coastal walks. Golf, wildlife watching and water sports such as swimming, windsurfing and sailing are all on offer. A plethora of art, music and food festivals on the calendar draw visitors from all over the world. The village shops are a treasure trove of art, local crafts and fashion. A favourite pastime, though, is simply enjoying the stunning coastal views and watching the fishing boats in the harbours as they bring in the day’s catch- the perfect antidote to workaday stresses and worries.

 

Speaking of the day’s catch, seafood lovers will find heaven in East Neuk of Fife. Cosy bistros, friendly cafés and romantic restaurants proffer the local bounty pier-to-plate style, from succulent crab and lobster to some of the best fish and chips in Britain.

 

East Neuk of Fife is a brilliant seaside destination for the whole family.

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