Thursday, September 22, 2011
Fife Coastal Path: St Monans to Crail
Besides having to transfer in St Andrews, our ride was pretty simple. The bus drivers we encountered were very helpful and friendly and, with their help, we made it to our destination, the tiny town of St. Monans, with ease.
Arbroath to Auchmithie ramble, so we made sure to pack a lunch. What we actually encountered were adorable, peaceful, picturesque, little seaside towns peppered along the beautiful coastal path. We were absolutely enamoured.
The Fife Coastal Path is actually very long (81 miles) and part of a larger network of walking paths which take you up and down Scotland's coast. We selected this section due to it being highlighted in one of our Scotland guide books. Happily, we had such a lovely time we can't wait to explore more of it. Next time we won't pack a lunch, though. We encountered so many adorable towns with equally adorable pubs that we plan to incorporate them into our future rambles.
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