The Fife Coastal Path stretches from Kincardine Bridge in the south to the Tay Bridge in the north and covers 117 miles of pathways, some wild and quite challenging, some easy to manage and most, it promises, truly beautiful.
My challenge was to cover all 117 miles, in six section as written on the website. This is my home county and I thought it was high time I explored it properly! When people talk about Scotland it tends to be Edinburgh then up to the Highlands but I’m making it my mission with this guide to convince people how gorgeous this part of Scotland is.
The route takes us through Fishing villages, Old coal mining towns, big industrial towns, along award winning beaches, through wildlife reserves, up and down rugged cliffs and through stunning little seaside villages. I’m going to see stately homes, castles, cathedrals and monuments all offering an insight into the rich and fascinating history of the area.
All the sections of the coastal path are on the coastal path tab on the front page, have a rake through and let me know if you have managed to do some of it and what is your favourite parts.
If there is anywhere you want me to include or review along the way, which can then be included in the blogs, please contact me and let me know.
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