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The Fife Coastal Path's most scenic stretches are in this area. It's easily visited from St Andrews, or even as a day trip from Edinburgh, but also offers many pleasant places to stay.


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Full-Day St Andrews and Kingdom of Fife Tour from Edinburgh

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: View Point, Forth Bridges, Newton, West Lothian, ScotlandPhotostop at the iconic Forth Bridges.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Falkland Palace & Garden, Falkland, Fife, ScotlandA favourite country retreat for the Royal Stewart family including a young Mary, Queen of Scots. Stroll the beautiful gardens and discover one of Britains oldest tennis courts. Duration: 1 hourStop At: St Andrews Links, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandA short tour around the major sights of St. Andrews including the beach, famous golf course, university and castle. Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandA must see for any lovers of whisky or gin with this coastal distillery creating the perfect experience.Duration: 1 hourStop At: St Monans Harbour, St Monans, Fife, ScotlandThis historic fishing village on the East Neuk of Fife has lovely views over the Firth of Forth, North Berwick and Bass Rock as well as it's 13th century church wich is apparently the nearest to the sea in the whole of Scotland.....Duration: 30 minutes

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5-Day Isle of Skye, Oban, St Andrews and North West Highlands Tour

ItineraryDay 1: Edinburgh - ObanStop At: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, ScotlandDeparting Edinburgh, we travel through Scotland’s Central Belt to Glasgow, our largest city and former industrial powerhouse of the Empire. Here there is time to visit the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, opened in 1901 and still one of the top visitor attractions in Scotland.Duration: 1 hour 15 minutesStop At: Luss Pier, Luss, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, ScotlandWe then cross the Kingston Bridge over the River Clyde and head north for our next stop at the village of Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond. We are now well and truly in the Highlands and on the far bank of the loch, you should catch your first glimpse of Ben Lomond – the most southerly of Scotland’s 282 Munros (mountains over 3000 feet). Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Rest and be Thankful, Arrochar, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, ScotlandWe continue north to the village of Arrochar which nestles on the edge of Loch Long at the foot of the high peaks of the Arrochar Alps. It’s onwards and upwards over the steep pass of Rest and be Thankful for our lunch stop in the village of Inveraray - seat of the Clan Campbell and Dukes of Argyll. The town is lapped by the sea water of Loch Fyne and is famed for its oysters and seafoodDuration: 15 minutesStop At: Dunadd Fort, Lochgilphead, Argyll and Bute, ScotlandAfter lunch we follow the course of Loch Fyne to Lochgilphead where we turn north again to our next stop at Dunadd Iron Age Fort. This was the coronation site of kings and queens of Dalriada, the ancient Gaelic speaking kingdom which spanned Ulster in north east Ireland and Argyll. The site is incredibly important today because the people of Dalriada would eventually form the nation we now know as Scotland. You can literally follow in the footsteps of kings and queens by taking the steep but thankfully short path to the summit of the hill and placing your bare foot on the same rock as the Dalriadic monarchs at the moment of their coronation.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Kilmartin Museum, Kilmartin, Argyll and Bute, ScotlandThe views north from the summit of Dunadd are of Kilmartin Glen, one of the richest Neolithic sites anywhere in Europe. The Glen is home to dozens of ancient standing stones, rock carvings and burial chambers and our final stop of the day is at Kilmartin Museum. Here you can learn some of the history of the peoples who have lived and worshipped in this area for the last six thousand years. You will also have time to stroll among some of nearby standing stones and burial chambers.Duration: 45 minutesNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 2: Oban - PortreeStop At: Glencoe Visitor Centre, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandDeparting Oban we travel up the side of Loch Linnhe through the Great Glen to our first stop of the day in Glencoe. Considered by many to be the most impressive glen (valley) in Scotland, in 1692 the towering peaks of this majestic landscape bore witness to the infamous Massacre of Glencoe. Your driver guide will explain the details of this incident and why it was such a turning point in Highland history - stoking the Jacobite Rebellions for many years to come. There will be time for a short hike and many photographs in Glencoe before we make tracks for our next amazing location – Glenfinnan Monument and Viaduct.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glenfinnan, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandGlenfinnan has something for everyone – set on the edge of the fijord-like Loch Shiel, this is one of the prettiest spots in Scotland. It is also the place where on 17th of August 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie raised the Royal Stuart Standard and set in motion the last Jacobite Rebellion which would come so near to changing history only to end in bitter defeat some 7 months later at the Battle of Culloden. In more recent times, Glenfinnan Viaduct has become very well known to fans of Harry Potter as the magnificent railway bridge crossed by the Hogwarts’ Express. Climb the hill for best views of the Monument to the 1745 Rebellion and the Viaduct.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Ben Nevis Distillery, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandFom Glenfinnan we make travel to Fort William where you have two options – a tour of Ben Nevis Whisky distillery or a visit to Inverlochy Castle and Neptune’s Staircase.Option 1 – Take a tour of Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery and see the whole process of how Scotland’s most famous export is made and matured. The tour concludes with a taste of Ben Nevis single malt whisky – the true “water of life”. (£5.00 per adult, £2.50 for children.)Option 2 – Wander back in time as you explore the ruined late 13th century Inverlochy Castle (free). You can then check out Neptune’s Staircase, starting point of the Caledonian Canal, opened in 1826 and designed by Thomas Telford to link the Atlantic Ocean on Scotland’s west side and the North Sea on its east.Lunch is in Fort William, the second largest town in the Highlands (after Inverness) where the ruined fort was destroyed by Jacobite forces at the very start of the 1745 Rebellion.Duration: 1 hour 45 minutesStop At: Commando Monument, Spean Bridge, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandOur next stop as at the impressive Commando Memorial statue in memory of commandos who trained near here during the Second World War. Erected in 1951, the statue is a fitting tribute to incredibly brave young men and the site offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains including Ben Nevis - Scotland and the UK’s tallest. From the Commando Memorial it’s a short drive to the charming village of Fort Augustus.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Loch Ness, Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandIn Fort Augustus you may wish to take a leisurely stroll along part of the Caledonian Canal. However, most visitors to Fort Augustus are drawn to the other side of the village to view Scotland’s most famous loch and maybe spot a monster popping its head through the deep, dark and mysterious waters of Loch Ness. Fort Augustus sits at the very southern tip of Loch Ness and from here you can see the whole 24 mile (38km) length of the loch – there really is no better place for a bit of Nessie spotting.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Eilean Donan Castle, Kyle of Lochalsh, Lochalsh, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandOur route now takes us into some of the most spectacular scenery in all of the Highlands. We pass through Glenshiel and the iconic Five Sisters of Kintail to the meeting point of 3 sea lochs – Loch Duich, Loch Long and Loch Alsh – the wonderful setting for Eilean Donan Castle. Seat of the Clan MacRae, Eilean Donan is possibly the most photographed structures in all of Scotland and also has a starring role in films as diverse as Highlander, Entrapment, Rob Roy, The World Is Not Enough, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Made of Honor. There is time for an audio guided tour of the castle (£9 per adult) before the last leg of today’s tour, crossing the Skye Bridge over the sea to Skye and our overnight stay in Portree.Duration: 45 minutesNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 3: Portree - InvernessStop At: Quiraing, Portree, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, ScotlandCan there be any greater feeling than waking to the prospect of a slap up Scottish breakfast and knowing you’re on the actual Isle of Skye? We don’t think so and, once you’ve seen how fantastic the Misty Isle is, we think you’ll agree. As we head north out of Portree to explore the Trotternish Peninsula sit back, relax and marvel as your guide takes you to the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the Quiraing. There are geological explanations for how these mind boggling landscapes were created but we prefer the local folklore so your guide will explain the important part played by Fairies, Fishermen and Giants.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Skye Museum of Island Life, Kilmuir, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, ScotlandIn the far north of Skye in Kilmuir sits the Museum of Island Life (£3 per adult). Charmingly housed within a group of ancient, stone built thatched roof cottages known as Black Houses and chock full of domestic, farming and fishing artefacts, the museum gives visitors the chance to see exactly how islanders lived and worked on Skye a hundred years ago. Keep your ears alert for the lilting sound of Gaelic (pronounced Gallick) – the ancient language of the Highlands and Islands spoken fluently by the keepers of this treasure of a museum.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Portree Harbour, Portree, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, ScotlandAs we loop around north Skye, on a clear day take in magnificent views across the sea - east to the Torridon Mountains and west to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. We return to Portree for lunch and maybe the chance for a spot of shopping in the many craft and local gift shops in town. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Sligachan Old Bridge, Sligachan, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, ScotlandThe Sligachan River flows majestically from the Black Cuillin Mountains, a truly magical location for your guide to introduce you to the local folklore of the island’s Faeries and Giants!Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Plockton Harbour, Plockton, Ross and Cromarty, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandAfter lunch we head south over the Cuillin Mountains and bid a fond farewell to Skye as we make our way through Kyle of Lochalsh to Loch Carron and the unbelievably pretty village of Plockton. At Plockton there is the option of taking a one hour cruise with Calum’s Seal Tours (£12 per adult). Calum is a bit of a local legend and he backs up his claim that YOU WILL SEE SEALS with a 100% money back guarantee if not. As well as seal sightings and Calum’s unique commentary, on a lucky day you might see Golden Eagles, White Tailed Sea Eagles or maybe even a few Sea Otters. For those who prefer to stay on dry land, there is the option of a short hike through nearby woodland or you could just potter around Plockton until it’s time to be off again.Duration: 1 hour 15 minutesNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 4: Inverness - North West HighlandsStop At: Corrieshalloch Gorge, Ullapool, Scottish Highlands, Scotlandwe cross the Moray Firth by the Kessock bridge and head north and west because today is all about the wild and mountainous North West Highlands. This is arguably the most rugged landscape in Europe and the mountains here are among the very oldest on earth – they have grown old magnificently.Our first stop of the day is at Corrieshalloch Gorge. There’s a beautiful walk through native Caledonian Forest around the edge of Scotland’s deepest gorge and for those of you with a good head for heights, you can admire the view from Sir John Fowler’s suspension foot bridge (definitely not for the faint hearted). Our journey now follows part of the legendary North Coast 500 Route as we head to Assynt, past the towering peaks of Suilven, Canisp and Stac Polaidh to the ancient ruin of Ardvreck Castle – once a stronghold of the Clan MacKenzie and a reminder of more turbulent times in the Highlands.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve, Ullapool, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandAfter this fascinating and free slice of Scottish history we head to the very wonderful Knockan Crag. Here you can learn much more about the incredible geology of this area and, if you’re feeling very energetic, you can take a high level hike through hundreds of millions of years of history – the path is very steep and narrow in places so it’s only for serious adventurers with sturdy footwear. If you don’t fancy the hike, there is plenty to keep you amused at Knockan Crag including loads of information about the beautiful surrounding landscape and the geologists who have studied it here for the last two centuries.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ullapool Market, Ullapool, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandBy now you might be feeling a little peckish so we head south for lunch in the pretty ferry port and fishing town of Ullapool. This wee town is famed for its locally sourced fish and chips, but many delicious alternatives are available. There is also a brilliant restaurant, bookshop and art gallery housed within the Ceilidh Place.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Rogie Falls, Contin, Ross and Cromarty, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandAfter lunch today our next stop is at Rogie Falls where, as well as lots of frothing water cascading down the falls, there are gentle trails among the forest. This land was once a commercially planted forest but over time, the Forestry Commission are removing non-native species and returning the area to native Caledonian Forest. This creates the perfect environment for native flora and fauna and at different times of the year you will see many rare species of wildflower, fungi, lichens and mosses. In late summer and into autumn there is always the prospect of catching a glimpse of Atlantic Salmon leaping the falls – you have to be a very sharp shooter to capture this amazing spectacle in a photograph.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Beauly Priory, Beauly, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandFrom Rogie Falls it’s a short drive to the town of Beauly. One time favourite town of Mary Queen of Scots the town is home to a 13th century Priory, funded by French monks and an important burial site for local Clans Fraser and MacKenzie. The name of Beauly is thought to derive from the French Beau Lieu – beautiful place, and it really is a beautiful village.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Urquhart Castle, Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandThere’s time for one more stop before our return to Inverness – a fantastic photo opportunity from a vantage point high above Urquhart Castle. This is the only castle on the banks of Loch Ness and it has been an important stronghold and look out post for around one thousand years. We then follow the course of the river Ness back to the capital of the Highlands for our last night together – Saturday night in Inverness.Duration: 15 minutesNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 5: Inverness - St Andrews - EdinburghStop At: Clava Cairns, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandWe depart Inverness and dive headlong into some very ancient history at Clava Cairns. These standing stones and Burial Chambers date from at least 4000 years ago. Their precise purpose is still something of a mystery but what most observers agree on is that they probably inspired Diana Gabaldon when she was writing about Craigh na Dun in her Outlander novels.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Culloden Battlefield, Culloden Moor, Scottish Highlands, ScotlandOur next stop played a very key role in Outlander and is a hugely significant place in the history of the Highlands, Scotland, Britain and the British Empire. Culloden Battlefield is where, on 16th of April 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite Army was brutally defeated by a much larger and better equipped Redcoat Army. This was the last battle to be fought on British soil and your guide will explain just how big a turning point in history it was, heralding the end of the traditional Highland way of life and beginning changes which are still felt to this day. The Battlefield is a very moving place, sensitively cared for today by the National Trust For Scotland.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Pitlochry VisitScotland iCentre, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, ScotlandFrom Culloden we make our way south through the Cairngorms National Park for a quick comfort break in the Highland village of Pitlochry and on to our final stop of the tour at the ancient east Fife town of St Andrews. There is so much to see and do in St Andrews so you will probably want to grab a quick lunch to maximise your time in the town.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: St Andrews Cathedral, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandSt Andrews is known to many as The Home of Golf – there are 4 courses in town including most famously of all – The Old Course, which has hosted more British Open tournaments than any other. There is no golf played on a Sunday so you are perfectly free to walk across the course, check out the 1st tee, the 18th green and even pose for a photograph on the world famous Swilken Bridge – please do not fall in the burn. If you are very serious about golf, you might want to visit the British Golf Museum, located just behind the Old Course Clubhouse.There is more to St Andrews than golf – much more. This medieval walled town is home to St Andrews University, the oldest in Scotland and the third oldest in the English speaking world (most of us do speak English in Scotland, honestly we do.) Wander the university buildings at your leisure and imagine the scene when a certain Prince William met his future wife, Kate Middleton when they were both students here in the early 2000s.The Scottish Protestant Reformation began in the 1540s at the University’s St Leonard’s College. This made a huge impact on Scotland and had a destructive effect on St Andrews Cathedral as some Protestants took out their frustrations with the Catholic Establishment on what was at the time Scotland’s largest building. Despite the damage, enough remains of the Cathedral to appreciate how beautiful this near 1400 year old building once was and how important it was to the people of Scotland before the Reformation. Entry to the Cathedral grounds is free but for those of you with a real interest in Medieval Religious Architecture (or if you simply want the best view of St Andrews and love to climb tall towers), visit the Cathedral Museum and climb St Rule’s Tower – you won’t be disappointed by either (£5 per adult, £9 per adult joint ticket with Castle).St Andrews also boasts a wonderful, partially ruined castle. St Andrews Castle sits on the edge of the sea and, if you want to appreciate just how brutal life in prison could be 500 years ago take a look at the Bottleneck Dungeon which is filled with freezing salty sea water at high tide. Another fascinating feature of this castle is the subterranean mine and counter mine, hewn out of the base rock during the siege of 1546 – 47. These dark passages are not suitable for claustrophobics but are great fun for kids of all ages (£5 per adult, £9 per adult joint ticket with Cathedral Museum and St Rule’s Tower).It’s always hard to drag yourself away from St Andrews but in the early evening we will start winding our way through the fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife, across the Forth Road Bridge with views of the 1890 Railway Bridge and the 2017 Queensferry Crossing.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Edinburgh Old Town, Edinburgh, ScotlandThe tour will return back into Edinburgh around 6:00PM where we will conclude. Duration: 1 minuteNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.

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Private Tour to Kingsbarns Distillery and St. Andrews

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Fife Coastal Route, Fife, ScotlandBegin your 9-hour private guided tour with a morning pick-up from your Edinburgh accommodation or port. Jump on board the air-conditioned mini-coach and enjoy the views — and complimentary shortbread and bottled water — as you travel the 90mins to the East Neuk of Fife Pass By: Pittenweem Harbour, Pittenweem, Fife, ScotlandPittenweem is one of the quaint fishing villages along the East Neuk coast that still has a small fishing fleet sailing out of this lovely old harbour. Photo stop here as we head to KingsbarnsStop At: Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandKingsbarns Distillery, sits on a charming converted 18th-century farmstead on the edge of the North Sea. At the visitors centre, learn about the history of the area then go behind the scenes of the distillery and learn about the process of making the whisky. At the end of the tour head to one of the tasting rooms to sample a dram for yourself. Not a drinker? Have a cup of coffee and homebake cake or scone at the café instead. Stop in to the shop afterwards to pick up a bottle of whisky to take home, at your own expense of course.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: St Andrews Cathedral, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandAfter arrival in St Andrews at around 12 noon, make the most of your free time to visit the Cathedral ruins and perhaps also the Castle ruins before enjoying lunch in one of the many cafés or pubs in the quaint university town (own expense).Duration: 30 minutesStop At: St Andrews Links, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandNo visit to St Andrews will be complete without a visit to the hollowed fairways of the Old Course. We will drop you off outside the Golf Museum, just yards from the 1st Tee on the Old Course and you can spend time visitng the museum or watching those lucky to be playing as they take that first swing on the 1st Tee or that last put on the 18th.We will make sure that you get that all-important photo on the Swilcan Bridge before we leave town and head back to your accommodation or ship.Duration: 1 hour

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St Andrews Day Tour & Sightseeing - Luxury Private Chauffeur

Your Sightseeing Excursion starts from Edinburgh, ensuring a great start your chauffeur will do a full introduction and point out all the on-board facilities in the vehicle. Once the formalities are out of the way they will run through the itinerary for the day and ensure all the passengers are comfortable and answer any questions before setting off. As you Edinburgh admire magnificent views across the Firth of Forth as you drive north to Fife. Keep a look out for the UNESCO-listed Forth Bridge as you cross the Forth, then soak up the scenery as you wind through the countryside. Arriving in the “Home of Golf” St. Andrews is known for the famous golf links which were acquired by the town in 1894 and is often the venue for The Open Championship, the oldest of golf’s four major championships. It is also home to the third oldest university in the English-speaking world an integral part of the burgh and one of the UK’s most prestigious, where Prince William met Kate Middleton.Take in the main sites of historical interest within the town including:The Tower of Holy Trinity, the most historic church in St Andrews where John Knox first preached in publicThe Castle, first erected around 1200 as the residence, prison and fortress of the bishops of the dioceseThe Cathedral, consecrated with Robert the Bruce present at the ceremonyAnd not forgetting, the ‘Home of Golf’ the Old Course. A quick visit to the Swilcan BridgeBrowse the many lovely shops in the centre of St Andrews which offer an excellent range of independent, family-run businesses, where you are guaranteed to find a unique range of goods matched by personal serviceTake a walk on St Andrews West Sands Beach with stunning views, the sea air helping you stretch those legs.Leaving St Andrews the next stop is at the Kingsbarns Distillery, where you’ll learn all about Scotland’s famous whisky as you peek behind the scenes. After a tour, sample a dram of fine Scotch single-malt whisky, or for those who don’t drink, enjoy a coffee in the distillery’s coffee shop instead, looking out over the North Sea coast.  Return via the scenic coastal route through the beautiful fishing villages to the East Neuk of Fife where there are many galleries and arts and crafts shops. Anstruther famous for its award-winning fish shop, Pittenweem a centre for arts and crafts and Crail where a visit to the harbour is a must. Your day finishes with all passengers being taken back to their accommodation in Edinburgh, the Door to Door experience helps you enjoy the excursion without the worry of finding you way back at the end of the day.There are many other attractions in Fife and St Andrews, if you wanted to change the itinerary then please get in touch.

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Flavours of the East Coast

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: South Queensferry, Edinburgh, ScotlandAfter leaving Edinburgh our first stop will be a photo opportunity of these three magnificent bridges, which connect Edinburgh to Fife where we will be spending the day at different stops to enjoy the local produce.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Fife Coastal Route, Fife, ScotlandCheese House Farm These local farmers and family run business have been in the East Neuk of Fife since the 1930s and started to make cheese ten years ago. We will enjoy samples of award-winning cheeses and a glass of wine or tea/coffee (included in the cost of your tour) . As well as a short cheese and farming talk; we can watch the cheesemaking from the Viewing Gallery. On a clear day you can sit outside the coffee shop on the balcony and enjoy the panoramic views down across the fields towards the Firth of Forth and beyond. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Fife Coastal Route, Fife, ScotlandBrewery VisitOnly a short distance until our next stop at Ovenstone Brewery, a brand-new microbrewery in the East Neuk of Fife. Instead a polished tour you might get elsewhere, here you will meet the team who actually make the craft beer and of course you will have the opportunity to enjoy tasting an up and coming brand, that you can tell your friends and family you were amongst the first to try (tasting included in cost of your tour) Duration: 20 minutesStop At: St Andrews For Golf, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandBefore our next stop we enjoy a scenic tour of St Andrews with a photo stop, down by the golf courseDuration: 5 minutesStop At: St Andrews Links, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandJust on the skirts of the hub of St Andrews, is the Balgrove Larder. This Farm House has become a hub for top notch locally reared, grown, stalked, caught, handmade, and prepared foods.Scotland is home to some of the world’s best beef, game, seafood and produce, instead of seeing this amazing food shipped off to the far corners of the globe, Balgove prefer to keep it right here on home turf. Everything they raise and grow on the farm travels just a few miles, at most, and ends up right here in the shop.Here we will enjoy a 30-minute tour plus a tasting board in the Steak Barn or Café (depending as the barn has seasonal opening)Duration: 1 hourStop At: Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews, Fife, ScotlandOur final stop of the day is at Kings Barns Distillery. Discover how the founder of the Kingsbarns Distillery was inspired to build a distillery while working as a gold caddie at the neighbouring Kingsbarns Gold Links. Here you have the option of a Whisky OR Gin tour and tasting (included in the price)After our full day of sampling and learning about local produce in the East of Scotland we will enjoy a scenic journey back to Edinburgh.Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

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