Introducing St Andrews
For a small place, St Andrews made a big name for itself, firstly as religious centre, then as Scotland's oldest university town. But its status as the home of golf has propelled it to even greater fame, and today's pilgrims arrive with a set of clubs. But it's a lovely place to visit even if you've no interest in the game, with impressive medieval ruins, stately university buildings, idyllic white sands and excellent accommodation and eating options.
The Old Course, the world's most famous, has a striking seaside location at the western end of town. It's a thrilling experience to stroll the hallowed turf.
St Andrews destination guides
St Andrews and Fife Small Group Day Trip from Edinburgh
Pay homage to the home of golf at St Andrews and visit the fishing villages of Fife on a small group day trip from Edinburgh. With a maximum group size of 16 passengers, you are sure to have a memorable and personal experience on this special day trip to St Andrews and Fife.
St Andrews Day Trip from Edinburgh
Venture through the historical Kingdom of Fife on a day trip from Edinburgh and enjoy free time to explore St Andrews, a city shrouded in royal history. After leaving the capital, stop for photos underneath the Forth Bridge, and then travel through Fife and the picturesque East Neuk coastal area.