Fife Coastal Path

Fife Coastal Path

Fife Coastal Path

The Fife Coastal Path runs from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in the north, and stretches for 117 miles. The path is clearly waymarked and offers a range of walking experiences from the easy and level, to the wild and demanding. Whether it's done in bite-sized chunks, or as a long distance route, there's definitely something for everyone.

From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St. Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife; from the small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west; rugged cliffs, award winning beaches and internationally important estuaries and wildlife reserves make walking the Fife Coastal Path an experience not to be missed! Whether you're looking for peace and tranquility or action and adventure, the Fife Coastal Path can offer you this and much, much more.

 

Points of interest

VisitScotland Information Centre (seasonal)
Scotland's national tourism operator's centre.
Queensferry Museum
Queensferry museum helps visitors to explore the past and traditions of historic Queensferry and neighbouring Dalmeny.
Linlithgow Town Centre
Discover the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. This idyllic town offers visitors the perfect blend of old and new with an array of wonderful sights, events, shopping and dining.
Linlithgow Railway Station
Linlithgow Palace and Loch
Linlithgow Palace was the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. Its magnificent ruins are set in a park beside a loch which is rich in wildlife.
Linlithgow Canal Centre
Canal Cruises to Avon Aqueduct, Linlithgow Boat Trips, Tearoom, Canal Museum, Charters and Self-Drive Canal Boat Hire. Open from Easter until the end of September.
Linlithgow Burgh Halls
A stunning building with a dedicated art gallery, offering a cafe with garden, visitor information, events, classes, elegant spaces for hire and much more.
Kinneil Museum
Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th-century stable block of Kinneil House, and acts as an interpretive centre for Kinneil Estate. The exhibition '2,000 Years of History' tells the story of the park from Roman times to the present day.
Kinneil House
Historic Home of the Dukes of Hamilton, the house dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries. It's open on selected days throughout the year and guides from The Friends of Kinneil take people through the House and tell its fascinating story. Check with Kinneil Museum for information on the next open days.
Kinneil Foreshore Local Nature Reserve
Great mixed woodland walks with an opportunity to visit Kinneil House, a 15th-century tower house.
Kinneil Brew Hoose
The brewery is behind the Corbie Inn at Corbiehall in Bo'ness West Lothian. The bottled beers are now available on line through The Real Ale Warehouse.
House of the Binns
Home of the Dalyell family since 1612, this house reveals their lives and interests through the centuries. The Estate is open all year but the House is open from 1st June-30th September.
Hopetoun House
Visit Hopetoun and discover a place of beauty, tranquility and architectural magnificence dating from the 17th century which sits in majestic grounds with nature trails and scenic walks. The Stables Tea-room serves magnificent lunches and refreshments.
Bridgeness Slab
Roman distance slab location.
Bo'ness Town Centre
Incredible range of historic buildings dating back to the 16th century, including the Hippodrome – Scotland's oldest purpose-built cinema.
Bo'ness Hippodrome
The Hippodrome is Scotland's oldest purpose-built cinema. Screening everything from blockbusters, to foreign cinema, indie gems, and classics, it also hosts the annual Hippodrome Festival of Silent Cinema in March each year.’
Bo'ness and Kinneil railway
Museum, Visitor Centre, Circular Walks, Historic Building and Wildlife Site.
Blackness Castle
A grand and imposing castle on the Forth. Visitor facilities include refreshments, toilets and interpretation.
Beecraigs Country Park
Large country park with fishery, walks, play area, animal attractions, restaurant, caravan and camping space, and best of all: free admission!
Annet House Museum & Gardens
Visit Annet House Museum on the town’s High Street to discover Linlithgow’s fascinating history. Open from 1st April until the end of October. Admission is free but donations are welcome.

Facilities

South Queensferry's selection of restaurants, cafes and take-away food.
Bo'ness' selection of restaurants, cafes and take-away food.

Accommodation

South Queensferry's Hotel and B&B Accommodation
Linlithgow's Hotel and B&B Accommodation
BEECRAIGS CARAVAN AND CAMPING SITE

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