In Fife tourist attractions are all around you! Pay a visit to Kingsbarns Distillery, East Neuk and the Scottish Deer Centre for just glimpse into some Scottish culture. After walking the Fife Coastal Path, spending time at Kingsbarns Distillery will allow you to properly relax! There are many things to enjoy while spending time on walking holidays in Scotland.
Why walk with EasyWays? Our experienced team have a wealth of local knowledge, there for you whenever you need! No matter the route, we will make sure you are prepared for your trip and well informed. Walking the Fife Coastal Path especially, you can expect see all the beauty the east coast of Scotland has to offer!

Kingsbarns Distillery

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After walking the Fife Coastal Path, why not take a tour around Kingsbarns Distillery?

Located in the area of East Neuk, the village of Kingsbarns is over 6 miles’ south-east of St Andrews. The distillery uses Fife grown barley to complete the distilling process, filling 33 casks a week. After maturing for 3 years the spirit can then be called Single Malt Whisky. Having only started in 2015, the first bottles of the Malt will be ready in April 2018. Though you will not be able to taste the finished product, tours of the distillery run every hour from 10.30 until 5.30pm in the summer months! One of the newest Fife tourist attractions, Kingsbarns Distillery is really worth a visit.

East Neuk of Fife

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The villages in East Neuk are beautiful, especially in the summer months!

Another place in Fife which is really worth spending time in. Home to charming fishing towns and beautiful beaches with stunning views, this part of Scotland is really something. There are so many chances to explore! The village of Pittenweem hosts an annual art festival at the beginning of August, Anstruther is well known for golf and Crail has a food festival. Making your way down the coast you will, without a doubt be impressed!

Activities in Fife


In summer in Fife it’s the perfect conditions for water sports.

As well as activities like kayaking, canoeing and land-yachting, there are many chances to delve deeper into the Kingdom! For example, there are boat tours in Fife – going up to the Firth of Forth, heritage tours and wildlife tours. Tours to the Isle of May, located on the edge of the Firth of Forth, are very popular! A visit to The Scottish Seabird Centre is a perfect opportunity to see sea birds, puffins and seals. The Isle of May ferry leaves from the East Neuk town of Anstruther.

Wildlife in Fife

deer centre one of the fife tourist attractions

The Scottish Deer Centre is an ideal place to spend the day.

In fact, if you are particularly interested in wildlife, why not take a trip and visit The Scottish Deer Centre? A unique experience in the Fife countryside spans over 55 acres. The centre is home to over 14 different species of Deer, otters, wildcats and more! If you are interested in Scottish nature and wildlife, this will be one of the best Fife tourist attractions!

Fife Tourist Attractions with EasyWays

Here at EasyWays we want to make sure our readers are up to date with the latest walking news and events! Interested in learning more about the area around Fife? Look at our last post about the beautiful town of St Andrews.
Do you like the sound of the Fife Coastal Path and the area? Contact us to arrange a walking holiday with EasyWays!