Picture of Cycle the Kingdom of Fife
Cycle the Kingdom of Fife (CKF)


Start / End
Perth / Perth.
169/177 ml (272/285 km)
7 Nights / 8 Days

This part of the east coast of Scotland is often referred to as the Kingdom of Fife. Fife was one of seven Celtic kingdoms and the only one to retain its special title and spirit. The sea was the main route to Fife and the coastal villages had thriving trade with Europe, exporting coal and salt and importing timber and textiles.Visit these scenic harbours with their fishing boats and pleasure  craft and enjoy the miles of golden sandy beaches. Royal connections remained when Dunfermline was Scotland’s ancient capital and Falkland Palace was the King’s hunting lodge and there is more history in St Andrews with its ruined Bishops’s Palace and Cathedral. This tour uses created Cycle Routes to explore the lush green landscapes and sparkling sea views from the River Tay in the north to the Forth in the south


any day April to October. Minimum two persons


by air to Dundee/Edinburgh/Glasgow/Aberdeen Airports. By train with Scotrail. By bus with Citylink: car parking available at Perth (£70) or Blairgowrie free of charge


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