Sauchope Links Park


Situated in Crail, Fife Sauchope Links Holiday Park is the perfect coastal location for an array of sporting activities and tourist attractions to enjoy on and off-site.


12m x 6m Heated outdoor swimming pool and patio - open from June onwards (weather permitting)

Indoor recreation room with pool table and table football

Outdoor children’s play area

Additional Facilities:

Washing and laundrette facilities

Small on-site shop for basics

A long and fascinating rocky shore to explore



Golf is the major sports activity in Scotland and Sauchope Links Holiday Park is situated with two of the most prestigious golf clubs just a few miles away.

The Crail Golf Society

The 7th Oldest Golf Club in the world.

Lundin Golf Club

Hosts both the British Open Final Qualifying and the prestigious annual East of Scotland 72 Hole Amateur Championship.

Local Produce

Cairnie Fruit Farm

A long established family-run business, a short drive away from Sauchope, which has become somewhat of a local landmark showcasing a spectacular display of ready-picked fruit and delicious take-away home-baking. There is also a Funyard consisting of zip wires and go-carts to keep the kids entertained as you select your treats.

Fife Farmer’s Markets

Held every Saturday across the area you can find the best selection of fresh and organic food from Fife’s local farms and dairies. Local producers will showcase all types of meat, from beef to water buffalo and chicken to venison. There is also a selection vegetables, delicious fruit, cheeses and jams to chose from.


Kellie Castle

Just a brief walk away from Sauchope holiday park is Kellie Castle, which dates from as early as the 14th century. The grounds and garden cover acres of woodland walks, a bird hide and an abundance of nature.

Scone Palace

Under an hour’s drive from Sauchope is Scone Palace a 5 star historic house which was the crowning site for 42 Kings of Scotland including Macbeth.

Scotland’s Secret Bunker

Discover one of Scotland's best kept secrets for over 40 years. Hidden beneath a Scottish farmhouse, explore the twilight world of the veterans who lived 100 feet underground during the Cold War.

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