Photos of the village of Crail, Kingdom of Fife
The village of Crail is a picturesque little settlement in East Neuk of Fife, where the Firth of Forth meets the North Sea. It used to be a bustling fishing village but the industry has suffered over the years. Its charm lies in the red-tiled roofs and whitewash houses and harbour. The best views are from Anstruther Road looking down to the harbour or from Crail Castle.
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Keywords: Crail, East Neuk, Kingdom of Fife, Firth of Forth, North Sea, Anstruther, Crail Castle, Isle of May, whitewash, red-tiled roofs, harbour, fishing village, boats, crab, lobster, creels, panorama.
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