Lothian and Fife

Fife Tour

Choose a town or city below to view all business in that area

Overview

Leave the coast at Dunbar and to North Berwick before exploring the Pentland Hills Regional Park. Spend time taking in the attractions of Falkirk before visiting Kinross en route to the golf courses of St. Andrews. Pause at Kirkcaldy and then cross the Forth Bridge to reach Scotland’s capital, the city of Edinburgh.

Dunbar

Enjoy the East Lothian coastal scenery of Dunbar and explore the ruins of the castle which stand over the twin harbours of the town. The area has a great sunshine record – so relax and take in John Muir Country Park and other attractions at Foxlake and East Links Family Park.

North Berwick

Famous for its award winning floral displays, the seaside town of North Berwick is a great place to enjoy the beach and some traditional seaside entertainment – the fish and chips are very good! Take in the views out to the Firth of Forth, Bass Rock or nearby Tantallon Castle.

Pentland Hills Regional Park

Escape to the Pentland Hills Regional Park to enjoy the fresh air and some great views. With over 100km of trails, it is a great place to walk, run, hike, bike or go horse riding. If you fancy something less energetic then just relax and take a picnic.

Falkirk

Falkirk in the Forth Valley has a range of attractions for the visitor. Marvel at the Falkirk Wheel – the world’s only rotating boat lift connecting the Union and Forth & Clyde Canals and take in the awe inspiring Kelpies – towering horse head artwork. Other attractions include Bo’ness Kinneil Railway, Antonine Wall and Blackness Castle.

Kinross

Nestled beside the nature reserve of Loch Leven, Kinross has a welcoming high street and a number of heritage trails to explore. Enjoy the loch and may be visit Loch Leven Castle – formerly a prison for Mary Queen of Scots.

St Andrews

Famous for its picturesque golf courses – particularly the Old Course - the seaside town of St. Andrews has some great views and gives visitors the opportunity to explore the British Golf Museum, the ruins of the 13th century St. Andrews Castle and 12th century cathedral.

Kirkcaldy

Visit Kellie Castle on the way to Kirkcaldy famous for Europe’s longest street fair, held on the esplanade at Easter, Kirkcaldy has a number of shops, boutiques and restaurants. Explore Beveridge Park and Ravenscraig Park which leads through the Ravenscraig Castle.

Edinburgh

Cross the Forth Bridge to Scotland’s capital and major tourist attraction, Edinburgh. Walk the Royal Mile, take in the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, explore The Edinburgh Dungeon and enjoy a whiskey tour – you’ll not be short of things to do in this cosmopolitan city.

Overview

1

Dunbar

2
11.5 miles

North Berwick

3
32.3 miles

Pentland Hills Regional Park

4
34.3 miles

Falkirk

5
25.7 miles

Kinross

6
29.8 miles

St Andrews

7
24.4 miles

Kirkcaldy

8
29.3 miles

Edinburgh

Upcoming Events in

What to see and do…

View type:
Sort by:

About the Fife Tour Trail

Distance:187 miles
Cities / Towns:8
Number Of Businesses:0

Start by taking in the views on the sunny East Lothian coast at Dunbar before heading over to North Berwick overlooking the Firth of Forth and Bass Rock. Enjoy the greenery of Pentland Hills Regional Park before arriving in Falkirk, which is brimming with visitor attractions. Head round to Kinross before reaching the coast at St. Andrews to enjoy the scenic golf courses, Cathedral, and town full of local history. Head back through Kirkcaldy before crossing the Forth Bridge to reach Edinburgh, Scotland’s cosmopolitan capital city, home to a host attractions.

Fascinating Falkirk

Explore the marvels of Falkirk – get up close with the iconic 30m high Kelpies statues, watch the Falkirk Wheel in action and visit attractions such as Callendar House, Blackness Castle and the remains of the Roman Antonine Wall.

Coastal Views

There are some great coastal views in this part of the world. Enjoy the sea air at Dunbar and the view of Bass Rock and the Firth of Forth from North Berwick. Elsewhere the golf courses and scenery of St. Andrews are worth taking your time to enjoy.

Capital Culture

Head to the vibrant city of Edinburgh to join millions of visitors a year exploring the history and attractions of Scotland’s capital city. Walk the Royal Mile, visit a host of museums and tour the stunning Edinburgh Castle.