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Fife Coastal Path

A walk from North Queensferry to Newport-on-Tay along the golden coastline of Fife.

4 to 9 nights
33-79 miles
Moderate to Demanding

From £385 per person

About the trail

Enjoy an engaging hike through changing landscapes from Fife’s industrial south to the rural north. The Fife Coast Path explores an area of low cliffs and rocky bays, grass-tufted dunes and picturesque fishing villages. Glimpse grey seals basking on the rocks just off the shore, and count the abundant reminders of Scotland’s rich history, including the caves with prehistoric paintings, the castles and the old watch houses, to name but a few.

Between the many thriving little ports along the trail, the path explores a large part of Fife’s coastline, with plenty of beachside walking and scenic views over historic ruins to enjoy.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to experience the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.

Customer reviews from the Fife Coastal Path

“A gorgeous walk, not too strenuous. Weather was amazing - sun every day! Lovely accommodations. I am very impressed with your company - with the information packs, the quality of accommodation. All in all, a fabulous trip.”
Ms LoCascio, Austria
“Would like to emphasise that EVERYONE I met at the B&BS were extremely friendly and helpful. Love listening to their stories!”
Mrs Douglas, UK
“A lovely walk through varied countryside. Good food and B&B. Bags arrived as expected at all stops. This walk is relatively flat and has lovely coastal scenery. Visiting St Andrews is worthwhile.”
Mrs Menzies, UK
“Excellent organisation and information pack provided, and extremely impressed with quality of accommodation booked for us.”
Mr Duguid, Scotland
“Very nice walk, good accommodations.”
Mr Nagy, USA
“A superb walk; the arrangements all went well. The B&Bs were excellent, amongst the best that I have ever used. I had a query with accommodation for the Saturday night, but only noticed at mid-day on that day. It was gratifying that a member of staff was still available by phone on a Saturday and the query was clarified quickly and efficiently.”
Mr Hadfield, UK
“The path was clearly marked the entire way. The guidebook was fantastic. The scenery was fantastic!”
Mrs Andrews, USA
“We arrived home full of enthusiasm for future walking holidays. Excellent signage and excellent accommodation.”
Mr Martin, New Zealand
“Excellent holiday and great places to stay.”
Dr Summers, UK
"Kingshorn Harbour" by Graham Hadfield (2019)
"Leven to Lower Largo" by Graham Hadfield (2019)
"On Kincraig Hill Looking to Elie" by Graham Hadfield (2019)
"Ardross Castle" by Graham Hadfield (2019)
"Newark Castle and St Monans" by Andrew Eastwood (2019)
"Lady Tower at Elie" by Susan Mullen (2018)