The official coastal walk runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north. Whether you’re keen to explore the historic town of St Andrews with its ancient university and fascinating 12th-century castle or trek up Kincraig Hill, book a walking holiday with Celtic Trails and take advantage of our expertise and experience.
From offering guidance on the best trails for experienced walkers to organising transfers for overseas clients, booking with us ensures a hassle free holiday. We have been organising walking holidays for the past 20 years and consider ourselves to be market leaders.
Call us today on 01291 689774 to book your expedition.
Low lying coastal areas meet rocky outcrop, nature reserve, forest and the inevitable odd tarmac path and pavement. The path takes in a succession of historic sites, running through wildlife conservation areas and long stretches of sand as well as rugged northern coast. The route is mainly low-lying, however poor weather conditions can make some sections more challenging.
The path out of North Queensferry meets quarry, beach and bay as well as patches of woodland along the route to Burntisland. Over tarmac through Kirkaldy to woodland and shoreline paths, Ravenscraig and Macduff Castle are along the way. As you navigate the clifftops over Kincraig point, your route narrows in on the fishing village between Leven, Elie and Crail. After leaving Loch Fife, the route crosses rugged coast before finishing at St. Andrews
High standard accommodation at a mixture of Guesthouses, Farmhouses, local Inns and B&B’s with en-suite or private facilities wherever possible
Luggage transfers (one bag per walker, max 18kg per bag)
Personal transfer between accommodation and path where necessary
Walk Pack including Trail Guide, itinerary, accommodation directions, local interest leaflets and holiday planning
You choose which day you would like your holiday to start on. We will book your holiday in accordance with your requirements.
Our Fife Coastal Path holidays are available to walk March to October.
Statistically, the best months to travel are May and September, winter walks will suit shorter distance journeys as the weather can be highly variable. That being said, bad weather can occur at any point of the year, the important thing is to be prepared. Remember to check the weather forecast and tidal data for whenever you plan to walk.
Some walkers may be surpised at how remote sections of the Fife Coast Path are, particularly between Leven, Elie and Crail. Mobile phone receptions is not always guaranteed along this particular trail.
By Air: Nearest airport is located in Edinburgh (regular bus/tram to Edinburgh City for transport connections)
By Rail: Nearest railway stations are located in North Queensferry (20 minutes train journey from Edinburgh) and Leuchars for St Andrews
By Bus: Bus stations are located in Edinburgh, Leuchars and St Andrews
Bus journey from St Andrews to Leuchars is 11 minutes
If you prefer to arrive by car, we can advise on car parking arrangements.
Looking for different mileages or a different number of nights? Please contact us to discuss how our itineraries can be adjusted to meet your specific needs. Call one of our helpful team on +44 (0)1291 689774 or e-mail us here.
Fife Coastal Path Client Reviews
4.5/5 based on 6 reviews
Nikki was very attentive and efficient. I felt relaxed and refreshed after a week or so walking outdoors. Anon. - August 2019
Celtic Trails were a positive way of doing a long-distance walk, where accommodation and luggage transfers were all arranged, leaving us to just enjoy the walking. Anon. - August 2019
We are regular long-distance walkers. Fife was new to us. Length of walk suited the time and dates we had available. Stunning scenery, interesting villages, friendly locals, great time of year for wildlife and wonderful weather. Well maintained and signed path. Anon. - June 2019
I most enjoyed the scenery, walking on beaches, the seals and the birch. R.C. - August 2018
We want to thank you and others at Celtic Trails who made our recent holiday so delightful. We enjoyed all the B&B hosts we met, the weather co-operated, and we completed our walk with a sense of the beauty of the coastline and the excellence of the trail itself. Clagett - September 2017
Spectacular scenery, kind hosts. R.Hahn - June 2017
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If you are still unsure on any of your requirements, please do enquire with us first and one of our friendly team will be happy to help you with any queries you have.