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We have created three main areas that make up St Andrews, St Andrews itself, The East Neuk (corner) of Fife with its wonderful fishing villages. The larger area of East Fife which includes St Andrews and East Neuk in it.
Falkland is of enormous interest, with many of the houses over 300 years old, it retains much of its medieval burgh layout being spared modernisation!View Details
One of the most historic and picturesque villages in Scotland and one of the few Scottish villages to have a village green, with Bannockburn monument.View Details
Few Scottish towns have so well preserved their ancient character, with numerous winding streets and alleys, developed over several centuries.View Details
Crail, meaning 'corner town', is the oldest of the East Neuk burghs, granted Royal Burgh status in 1310. It was the gateway to European riches..View Details