Barbarafield Riding School
One of the oldest riding schools in the county, Barbarafield Riding School has over 300 acres of open farmland available for the experienced and beginner riders. Riding routes pass popular tourist attractions such as Scotstarvit Tower and the National Trust's Hill of Tarvit Mansion House. On a clear day, splendid views overlooking the Howe of Fife can also be enjoyed.
For more information, please call 01334 828223 or visit www.barbarafieldrs.co.uk
If you are interested in trying something completely new, visit Fyfeoffroad. Located on Kinkell Farm, just east of St Andrews, FyfeOffRoad is an outdoor experience you will never forget. From quad bikes to land rovers, archery and air rifle shooting, FyfeOffRoad is sure to bring excitement to your visit. Please note that this activity is only available for larger groups.
St Andrews Golf
What better way to enjoy a golfing break than in the historic town of St Andrews Scotland, the legendary `Home of Golf.' Fairmont St Andrews prides itself with its own championship courses, The Torrance and The Kittocks. If golf is your game, than Champions and Dreamers alike will be in Golf Paradise. With over 45 courses to choice from, golfers of all skills will be able to find the game of their dreams.
Elie & Earlsferry Sailing Club
Enjoy sailing the sandy curve of Elie Bay which encloses a wonderful expanse of sheltered water, making it the finest setting for beginners on Scotland's East Coast. Beyond the bay, the open sea offers a challenge to the more proficient participant.
For more information, please visit www.eesc.org.uk or call 01333 330 018
Isle of May
The Isle of May is a small island in the outer Firth of Forth some 5 miles East of Crail, Fife. The island is known for breeding seabirds and in recent years, a place where Grey Seals come ashore to give birth to their pups. There are many walking routes and places of interest to see with breathtaking views. Take a boat ride to the Isle of May and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
For more information, visit www.isleofmayferry.com
Walk in the footsteps of the kings of Scotland along the Fife Coastal Path. This route takes you from the historic university town of St Andrews to the seaside resort of Elie. The nation's leaders, noblemen and the holy top brass, have frequented the path linking the two communities over the centuries as they made their way to the cathedral town of St Andrews. Along the way, you can stop off at caves where they sheltered and enjoy views out to sea that kept them company all those years ago.
For more information, please call 01333 439789
St Andrews Witches Tour
Enjoy a thrilling experience on a night time walking tour of the ancient town of St Andrews. Relive the history and legends of St Andrews on a Witches Tour where you can see the past unfold. The Original St Andrews Witches Tour run April - September on Friday's at 20:00 (also Sunday in June and Thursday and Sunday in July and August), October - March, Friday at 19:30. Prices are £6, £4 child. Tel. 655057. St Andrews Guided Walks leave from Church Square at 11:00 on Wednesday till the end of October. £4, £3.50 concession, children under 12 are free
For more information, please call 01333 850638.
The Royal Palace of Falkland, set in a unique medieval village, was the country residence and hunting lodge of eight Stuart monarchs, including Mary, Queen of Scots. Built between 1501 & 1541 the palace is an extremely fine example of Renaissance architecture, it includes the exceptionally beautiful Chapel Royal, and is surrounded by internationally known gardens, built in the 1950s. The Royal Tennis Court, reputedly the worlds oldest, is still used today.
For more information, please call 44 (0)1337 857 397
Kellie Castle is known today as one of the finest castles in Scotland with its magnificent gardens and renowned architecture style. The oldest section of the castle dates as far back as 1360. Kellie Castle is a fine example of Scottish domestic architecture.
For more information, please call (01333) 720271
Glamis Castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne. It was the childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, the birthplace of Her Royal Highness the Princess Margaret and the legendary setting of Shakespeare's play, 'MacBeth'. Glamis Castle has the reputation of being one of the most haunted castles in Scotland.
For more information, please visit www.glamis-castle.co.uk
Edinburgh Castle provides over one thousand years of history for visitors and guests to enjoy. Built on volcanic rock as a safe refuge, Edinburgh Castle was able to withstand attack from times past. Once you have ventured to Edinburgh Castle's highest point, you will see the most spectacular views of Edinburgh and is surrounding lands.
For more information, visit www.edinburghcastle.biz
Well-known names such as William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and Mary Queen of Scots all add little bits of history to Stirling Castle. Nestled high on a volcanic outcrop, Stirling Castle offers an array of riches, history, and spectacular views.
For more information, please visit www.stirling.co.uk/