Local Parks, Places to walk/Visit.

Lovely places to walk / visit locally,

Riverside Park - Glenrothes.

Riverside Park Glenrothes is a great place to go for a walk, it has lovely pond in the middle with friendly ducks, picnic benches around and kids playparks.   It is a pleasant walk with your dog or to stay active in the outdoors.

Falkland Palace & Garden - Falkland

Falkland in general is a beautiful town with many fantastic views and buildings. It has great local pubs for a bite of lunch and a pint or two.

BUT If you LOVE history this is a must to visit !! –    FALKLAND PALACE

Falkland Palace was saved from ruin in the 19th century. It is a royal palace of the Scottish Kings.  As you walk through the palace you will see the the beautiful wall paintings, detailed paneling in the walls/Ceilings and learn all history on Mary Queen of Scots and more!  The Palace has beautiful Grounds/Gardens and one of Britain’s Oldest Tennis courts.

St Andrews.

There is lots of sight seeing and gorgeous town to walk through in St Andrews, Aquarium, Castle and a Medieval dungeon.

The university of St Andrews.

3 spectacular Beach’s to visit in St Andrews – West Sands, East Sands and Kingbarns.

Cant beat a lovely beach walk in the sunshine!,  there is even places for food along the beach front in Kingsbarns and East Sands.

If you love a spot of golf There is great golf course’s around!  St Andrew’s is famous for Golf,  ‘ The Open ‘


Anstruther is along the coast of East Neuk, It is an old-fashioned fishing village which is very popular destination for tourists.

They have a fantastic famous chip shop – which we recommend you stopping for a bite to eat! – Very traditional atmosphere with great food and fresh fish.

Dysart - Kirkcaldy

Dysart is a former town and royal burgh located on the south-east coast between Kirkcaldy and West Weymss.

There is lovely sight of the Fishing boats, sea and walk around the local town towards Ravenscraig Park in Kirkcaldy.