Explore East Neuk Beauty, Pittenweem Harbour and more!

Higgledy piggledy creels at Pittenweem Harbour!

Higgledy piggledy creels at Pittenweem Harbour!

The medieval center of St Andrews ~ consists of a series of narrow alleys and cobbled streets. The famous opening sequence of "Chariots of Fire"  was shot at St Andrew's magnificent West Sands Beach, Fife, Scotland

The medieval center of St Andrews ~ consists of a series of narrow alleys and cobbled streets. The famous opening sequence of "Chariots of Fire" was shot at St Andrew's magnificent West Sands Beach, Fife, Scotland

Bass Rock    The Firt of Forth, Scotland is home to this 351 ft (107 m) rock that sits on the skyline. It is now uninhabited but has had a history of settlement by Chritian hermit, the building of castles, a prison and visits by Kings. Today though it is home to the largest Gannet colony in the world! 150,000 of them. During the summer from the mainland you can see the rock turn white due to numbers and droppings.

Bass Rock The Firt of Forth, Scotland is home to this 351 ft (107 m) rock that sits on the skyline. It is now uninhabited but has had a history of settlement by Chritian hermit, the building of castles, a prison and visits by Kings. Today though it is home to the largest Gannet colony in the world! 150,000 of them. During the summer from the mainland you can see the rock turn white due to numbers and droppings.

Crail → Elie (Fife, A917) 19 epic road trips through Scotland - Matador Network

19 epic road trips through Scotland

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