A new driving route has been launched in Fife, taking visitors on a journey around the Kingdom and letting them experience the amazing variety of places, landscapes and attractions in the historic region.
Fife 101, which spans from Culross in the West to Lindores in the North, and then to Kingsbarns on the East Coast, takes in all that Fife is renowned for, including its wonderful coastline with award-winning beaches, lovely rolling countryside, and pretty villages and bustling towns.
The route guides visitors to an abundance of attractions. Whether visitors are seeking a trip back in time to explore Fife’s rich history at one of the many castles and historic locations, watch out for wildlife on the coast or in the countryside, learn about Fife’s heritage at one of Fife’s fantastic museums, have a round of golf on some world famous courses, discover the vibrant arts and culture scene, or to try something totally different like creating gin, there’s something for everyone.
In addition to Fife’s wonderful attractions, there are a variety of local businesses on the route, offering services such as accommodation, gifts and a delicious selection of and food and drink outlets, including award-winning ice cream parlours, Michelin-starred dining restaurants, cafes, as well as great farm shops.