Places you explore:
Forth Bridges: An incredible engineering feat. A gorgeous location photos and coffee. The UNESCO recognised world heritage site is beautiful and as such, an ideal first stop when visiting St Andrews from Edinburgh.
Anstruther: The coastal region of Fife is peppered with old fishing villages. The village of Anstruther is a wonderfully quaint traditonal village and because of this is ideal for a stroll and coffee.
St Andrews Cathedral: The ruined Cathedral was once one of Scotland’s most magnificent buildings, making it an imposing landmark.
St Andrews Old Town: Over 1000 years of history in the beautiful University town. As a result, exploring the cobbled streets and enjoying the cafes, restaurants and historical sites is fantastic.
The Old Course: St Andrews is recognised worldwide as the ‘ Home of Golf ‘ Once banned in the 15th-century, Golf is still he heartbeat of St Andrews. Visiting the Golf Museum and seeing first hand the famous 18th hole is a must.
Historic Village of Falkland: Outlander fans will recognise the quiant village of Falkland having been used in the TV series as a filming location. A a result, Falkland attacts fans of Jamie and Clare. A serene setting and a lovely stop. See our Outlander Day Tour