With love from Fife

What will you do on a tour of Fife? Wander amongst ancient ruins in St Andrews, cross a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Forth Bridge, or walk along 117 miles of stunning coastal path? These are just some of the things to see and do highlighted in the latest spring direct mail pack for Fife.

Bursting with inspiration, the pack aims to encourage visitors to explore Fife, book a visit to the region, share their stories, and discover the Spirit of Scotland whilst visiting.

Due to land on the doorstep of over 21,000 visitors this Valentine’s season, the packs, which have been developed with Fife Council, aim to share key highlights relevant at this time of year.

With so many child-friendly activities on offer in Fife, family holidays are featured within the pack this spring. Suggestions for places to visit include: Cairnie Fruit Farm and Mega Maze, Kirkcaldy Galleries, Scottish Deer Centre and Cluny Activities to name a few.


Thinking of taking your dog on holiday with you? Then look no further than Fife! Fife’s dog-friendly beaches, walks and accommodation are all highlighted on the pack.

Other features include: Fife's foodie offering, which notes the abundance of local fresh produce and Farmers’ markets; and the region's reputation for world class golf, highlighting the range of golfing experiences available.

The pack also gives a flavour of some of the many ‘Highlight Events’ that will take place across Fife this spring and summer, such as: Crail Food Festival (10-11 June), Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Knockhill (12-13 August), the RICOH Women’s British Open 2017 (3-6 August) and Pittenweem Arts Festival (5-13 August).

Get involved
• Share your news and events with us by emailing us with ‘Fife’ in the title and /or upload your events for free.
• Tweet using #ScotSpirit to join in the conversation online and help us to create a bit of noise.
• Join VisitScotland’s online community, share your local knowledge of Fife and champion the region.

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