This evening, I am focusing on an intruiging part of Scotland’s Fife Coast, namely that near the village of East Wemyss in Fife. Here can be found a diversity of activities and history which includes:
- Remains of 15th century, MacDuff’s Castle.
- Old sea caves on a raised beach which contain carvings from the Neolithic period up to modern times. The best carvings can be found in Jonathan’s Cave.
- Interesting sandstone geology as shown in image no two below.
- Defunct World War Two defences along the coast including former gun emplacements.
- The Fife Coastal Path which passes the village as part its 150km route along the coastline.
Here is part of the Fife Coastal Path
Interesting twisted cord effect geology.
Old WW2 defences on beach.
Clearly, a wealth of interests and opportunities in a very small geographic area. Suggest visit to nearby West Wemyss if time allows.