Crail is a pretty seaside village on the East Neuk of Fife. Charming cobbled streets tumble down to the most photographed harbour in Scotland, which is well known for its delicious local seafood, caught locally and sold from the harbourside. There are three beautiful golden sandy beaches at Crail. The area is ideal for walking, cycling, boat trips, sailing and wildlife watching and there are many attractions and places of interest to visit in Fife. Find out more here.
Things to See and Do
Local Food & Drink
Beautiful sandy beaches, tennis and golf. Walking, cycling, sailing, boat trips and
bird watching, or just taking it easy and enjoying the tranquility.
Twenty minutes away, in St Andrews, there is a choice of theatre, cinema, visitor
attractions, and excellent shopping.
2015 is Scotland’s Year of Food & Drink, and Fife is home to a superb range of farm
shops, restaurants and delicatessens. From the Michelin Star Peat Inn to Scotland’s
famous award-winning Fish & Chip Shop in Anstruther, there is a fantastic range to
The Kingdom of Fife is world renowned for golf, with Kingsbarns and St Andrews Old
Course, home to The British Open Championships, among the many courses nearby.