Coast-To-Coast: Things To Do In Fife In 2016

Coastal town in Fife

When it comes to things to do in Fife, we’ve got just the ticket. Our beautiful caravan park is nestled along some of Scotland’s most beautiful coastal towns. Just a stone’s throw away from Anstruther, East Neuk, Crail and Cellardyke, we’re perfectly pitched for anyone looking to explore the beauty of Fife.


Scottish Snowdrop Festival


The secret’s finally out … snowdrops are the flora of 2016 with the Scottish Snowdrop Festival running for six weeks across sixty venues at the start of the year. Budding gardeners and green-fingered fanatics – forget Glastonbury, this is the festival for you. The highlight of the programme is the Snowdrops by Starlight event at the stunning Cambo Estate, which is now synonymous with the delicate flower. Without a doubt one of the most magical things to do in Fife in 2016, the seventy acre estate is transformed by lighting and sound, becoming an enchanting world for ramblers young and old, as you don a head torch and are led through the glen.



Ceres Highland Games


Do you know your sheaf pitch from your caber toss? Well if not, get yourself along to the Ceres Highland Games this summer. Scotland’s oldest free Highland Games, it was gifted to the people of the village by Robert the Bruce in 1314 in thanks for their support in the battle of Bannockburn. Witness feats of brute strength and speed as competitors perform the Scottish heavyweight events in traditional dress. Ladies, gentlemen and children be warned – kilts will be swinging. With the traditional mix of games, highland dancing and pipe music, this is a great day out for the family. So make sure it’s on your list of things to do in Fife in 2016!



St Andrew’s Golf Week


If you fancy yourself as the next Rory McIlroy then this is right up your putting green. Is there any golfer who would turn down the chance to play on the world famous St Andrews Old Course? Players from as far and Argentina to Australia are making the journey with their nine irons and drivers to take part in what can only be described as golfers heaven at St Andrew Golf Week. The week-long programme includes competitions, PGA Professional tuition, and Scotland’s finest hospitality from nearby restaurants and hotels. So if you know your hole-in-one from your handicaps and you’re looking for things to do in Fife in 2016, then save the date now!