Fife is an area of Scotland with great natural beauty and a very long history of settlement. You will find Sillverdyke nestled in the East Neuk of Fife and right on Scotland’s stunning east coast. There are very many things to do in Fife and several not to miss local attractions, and here are some ideas to help you plan your holiday in this much visited corner of the world.
St Andrews Golf Courses
One of the most famous and popular things to do in Fife is golfing. After all, it’s what we’re famous for. Golf has been played in St Andrews for 600 years and it is home to the oldest golf course in the world! If you are a keen golfer then a visit to any of the seven public golf courses in St Andrews is definitely one of the not to miss local attractions in Fife.
Scotland’s Secret Bunker
100 feet under the ground, between Silverdyke Park and St Andrews, lies the Bunker which was kept a secret for 40 years and was built to provide security for Scotland during the Cold War. The Secret Bunker is open to the public daily from 1 March. There is the Bunker itself, dormitories, a chapel, a broadcasting studio and a command centre to explore. Known as one of the hidden things to do in Fife, it really will separate your experience from the rest.
The Isle of May
Catch the May Princess from Anstruther to the Isle Of May to see an amazing variety of seabirds, including the beautiful Puffin. The island a perfect thing to do in Fife, and is also home to seals, and you will see the remains of a 12th Century monastery, the oldest lighthouse in Scotland, and the oldest bird observatory. With all these perfect and adventurous things to do in Fife, you can book your Scottish getaway now at Silverdyke Caravan Park and enjoy exploring these and many other not to miss local attractions in Fife.