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What To Do Links and Directions

 

Google Maps: For map and ability to get directions.

Google StreetView: Have a wander around the village.

Local 5 Day Weather Forecast: Some of the best weather in the UK.

Tide Times: When will the best time to go to the beach or rock pools be? Also handy for knowing when the tide will be low enough for the stepping stones across the river in Anstruther if you walk there along the Coastal Path.

To help you make up you mind about whether to stay at Easthaven, Pittenweem, here are some links to additional information that we hope you find useful:

Pittenweem Shops: Check them out before you get there.

Fife Coastal Path:
 This is an attractive footpath which links all the well known East Neuk villages along the coast.

Kellie Castle and Gardens: This is a local National Trust property with lovely organic gardens.

St Andrews website: Only 20 minutes drive to this internationally famous town.

St Andrews Link Trust - Home of Golf: Find out more about these famous golf courses.

Craigtoun Park: A great day out with kids, inland of and near St Andrews.

Historic Sites: Some information on historic sites in Fife.

Isle of May: Take a ferry out to see the remains of a 12th Century monastery & the oldest light house in Scotland, as well as incredible wildlife which include Puffins, Guillemot, Razorbill, Cormorant, Shag,
Eiderduck and many more.

Fish and Chips: Pittenweem and Anstruther have some of the best fish and chip shops in the country - fish fresh off the boats.

The Secret Bunker: A nearby fascinating relic of the Cold War

St Andrews Aquarium: An interesting and enjoyable aquarium for all ages in St Andrews.

Deep Sea World: You could visit this on your way here or when going home - just beside the Forth Railway Bridge.

Discovery Point, Dundee: Fascinating visitor attraction centered around the ship used by Scott at the Antartic - allow plenty of time for your visit. You could also consider visiting the associated jute factory museum - the Verdant Works, which is very good too.

Anstruther Lifeboat: Learn more about the local lifeboat station.

Looking for your roots?: This site might help.