Things to do in Fife

Whilst this pretty part of Fife is renown as the ‘Home of Golf’ it has plenty more to offer from fishing to kitesurfing, horse riding to sailing, walking and lazy beach days

Surrounded by beautiful woodland and lined with a picturesque coastline, Letham Feus Holiday Park is the perfect place to take a well-earned break.

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Towns and Villages

The village of Lundin Links is on our doorstep and worth exploring however for a longer day spent browsing shops and taking in some local history, the old market town of Cupar is worth a visit. There is also a fantastic Farmers’ market in the town centre on the second Saturday of each month, so you can add fresh local produce to your shopping basket.

Just 15 miles away, the celebrated seaside town of St Andrew’s is a must boasting over 1,000 years of history, a world-class golf course, numerous museums, a botanic garden, castle ruins and even an aquarium.

Animal Sanctuaries

Fife Animal Park is one of the best value for money days out in Scotland and lies just 20 minutes from our holiday park. With a wide range of exciting animals, attractions and visitor experiences, you can see animals such as domestic rabbits to zebra, lemurs and meerkats.

Animal lovers will also delight in the Scottish Deer Centre, tucked away in the heart of the Fife countryside. This impressive fifty-five acre attraction houses 14 different species of deer, each with their own individual field or paddock. Equally spectacular is the variety of birds of prey which can also be found here.

Step Back in Time

The Royal Research Ship Discovery is a multi-award-winning five-Star visitor attraction with temporary exhibitions and hands-on interactive fun. Think state-of-the-art audio visual and multimedia exhibitions, as well as a gift shop and café, perfect for a rainy day.

Also well-worth a visit is the Scottish Fisheries Museum, set in a spectacular location opposite the harbour in the quaint fishing village of Anstruther. These exhibitions showcase the fascinating story of Scottish fishing, from the earliest origins through to the present-day.