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Fife has been voted 'Number 1 outdoor destination' by Scottish Natural Heritage, eight years in a row, and for good reason. For people who love getting out and about there is 118 miles of coastal path, 300km of cycle ways, over 50 golf courses, and plenty of castles, mansions and parks for you to explore. Pretty little fishing villages filled with whitewashed houses, picturesque harbours and beautiful views line the coast, stretching up to historic St Andrews with its famous golf course and cathedral. Restaurants serve up tasty local specialities using fish caught that day and brought in on the local fishing boats. Fife’s two Michelin star restaurants are popular amongst locals and tourists, as are the farm shops, delis and cafes who love to use local food produced right in their doorstep. Fife also has Scotland’s only award winning Blue Flag beaches, again with beautiful views, perfect for a family day out. The accommodation ranges from large mansions, castles and town houses to pretty cottages, apartments and camping sites. So with so much to do and see, and a fantastic choice of accommodation, Fife is an excellent place to visit.

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