Photos of East Neuk fishing villages, Fife

Fife is Scotland's hidden wonder, an area with such lovely places that it's hard to believe so few tourists visit it in comparison with other parts of Scotland. It used to be a kingdom within a kingdom for many centuries when it marked the southern limit of the Pictish territory.

Today, Fife is the home of some of the finest preservation and restoration work in the UK. It's got wonderful shoreline, historic buildings, the world's most famous golf course and picturesque fishing villages.

The most representative photographs of Fife should include shots of the coastal villages of East Neuk (Pittenweem, St Monans, Anstruther and Crail), the magnificent Forth Bridge at North Queensferry and the historical St Andrews. Other beautiful places include the burghs of Culross, Falkland and the small villages up the Firth of Forth (such as Dysart and Aberdour).

Pittenweem harbour boats, East Neuk of FifePittenweem Pictures of the fishing village of Pittenweem in Fife.
Crail harbour and boats, East Neuk of FifeCrail Views of the picturesque Crail village in East Neuk of Fife.
St Monans Church, East Neuk of FifeSt Monans Photos of St Monans along the Fife coastal path.

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