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Visit Fife Visitors Website - Exciting events, wonderful wildlife, amazing attractions and activities, fun for all the family, and of course, the greatest golf going: there's just so much to see and do in Fife! For a fully comprehensive guide, see the website below.

Deep Sea World - Experience the UK’s longest underwater viewing tunnel, mysterious coral reefs, majestic sharks and the amazing seal sanctuary.

Scotland's Secret Bunker - Scotland’s best kept secret for over 40 years! Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish Farmhouse, a tunnel leads to Scotland’s Secret Bunker. 24,000 square feet of Secret accommodation. The size of two football pitches, one on top of another on two levels 100 feet underground. Discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War. Take the opportunity to discover how they would have survived, and you wouldn’t !!!

Scottish Deer Centre - Over 140 deer - nine species from around the world. Regular Bird of Prey Demonstrations in an outdoor theatre. Treetop walkway - Look out for one of the resident red squirrels

Cycle Routes. The Kingdom of Fife has some wonderful dedicated cycle routes.Check them out here:

Beaches. The Kingdom of Fife has some wonderful Beaches, and watersports is very popular in many areas. Check out the following great beaches:

Aberdour - Silver Sands Beach and Harbour Beach;
Burntisland - Lots of fun for all the family at this beach;
Kinghorn - the beach at Pettycur Bay is stunning;
Elie - The beach at the Harbour is full of watersports activities, Woodhaven is a bit quieter;
Anstruther - Billow Ness Beach;
Crail - Roome Bay;
St Andrews - West Sands Beach is just glorious.

Golf Courses. Golf in Fife does not start and end in St Andrews. Although the Old Course rightly grabs the headlines in any Fife golf couse guide, and is joined by many other wonderful courses at the Home of Golf, the Kingdom of Fife has a lot more to offer its many golfing visitors.

Inchcolm Island - "Maid of the Forth" provides a unique range of cruises on the Firth of Forth, operating from South Queensferry in the shadow of the world famous Forth Rail Bridge, Scotland's most famous landmark.

Aberdour Castle - Aberdour Castle lies close to Aberdour's railway station. It is a building that over a five hundred year period slowly moved from west to east with the successive building of new stages of accommodation more suited to the needs and aspirations of the owners of the day.

Falkland Palace - The only Royal Palace in the care of the National Trust for Scotland, Falkland Palace is an impressive Renaissance building set in the heart of the town at the foot of the Lomond Hills. Built by James IV and James V between 1450 and 1541 the Palace was a country residence of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland for over 200 years. Lush green lawns, colourful herbaceous borders and many unusual shrubs and trees complete the setting for this memorable property.