Culross Palace Garden, Fife Coast

Culross Palace Garden, Fife Coast, Scotland

This morning, I collected guests from Edinburgh Airport and proceeded as follows:

  • First stop, the small heritage town of Culross which has magnificent examples of 16th and 17th century Scottish architecture. We were too early to viist the Palace interior but did gain access to the luxuriant garden at rear.
  • Culross Palace Garden, Fife Coast

    Culross Palace Garden, Fife Coast, Scotland

Culross Palace, Fife Coast

Culross Palace, Fife Coast, Scotland

Culross Architecture, Fife Coast

Culross Architecture, Fife Coast, Scotland

  • Next to East Wemyss and the ruined Castle MacDuff.
MacDuff Castle, East Wemyss

MacDuff Castle, East Wemyss, Scotland

  • Then to West Wemyss which also features historic architecture including a tolbooth.
West Wemyss Architecture, Fife Coast

West Wemyss Architecture, Fife Coast, Scotland

  • Next to Pittenweem, a still working fishing port/harbour.
Pittenweem Harbour, Fife Coast

Pittenweem Harbour, Fife Coast, Scotland

  • Then to Anstruther, a pretty harbour which has a marina full of leisure boats. However,, main purpose of visit was to have lunch at the famous, award winning, Anstruther Fish Bar.
Anstruther Fish Bar, Fife Coast

Anstruther Fish Bar, Fife Coast, Scotland

  • Next to St. Andrews where we visited the (ruined) Cathedral and then Old Course and golfing at the west end of town.
St Andrews Cathedral, Fife Coast

St Andrews Cathedral, Fife Coast, Scotland

Golf, St Andrews Links

Golf, St Andrews Links, Scotland

Finally, we made our way to our lodgings at Stirling in Central Scotland which positions us for tomorrow’s tour including Stirling Castle.

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