Abbeyford Active is an exciting range of activities where you set the pace and do as much or as little as you like. From breathtaking coastal walks and leisurely strolls through the forest, to an afternoon birdwatching, or a self-guided family rock pool safari - there's so much to do.
For the more energetic we've teamed-up with Elie Watersports to offer an exciting range of fun activities whatever your ability. You can learn how to sail, try something different like windsurfing and enjoy an exhilarating ride on a banana boat.
Great for walkers - The Fife Coastal Path
The Fife Coastal Path links all three of our award-winning holiday parks and is not to be missed. Enjoy views of the Edinburgh skyline, the Isle of May, Bass Rock and beyond on one of our a self-guided walks around Elie Holiday Park. The walks take in some of the most stunning parts of the coastal path. Pick up your free Abbeyford Active walking leaflets from park reception.
Elie Watersports - save 10%
As an Abbeyford Leisure owner or holiday guest, you can enjoy a 10% discount on standard advertised rates at Elie Watersports (just a short drive from your holiday park). From kayaking and sailing, to windsurfing, paddleboards and inflatable rides - what will you choose? Pick up your Abbeyford Active discount voucher from park reception.
Free summer football coaching at Elie Holiday Park
Our Free Easter and Summer Football Coaching Sessions at Elie Holiday Park are brought to you in partnership with A.M. Soccer Club and are open to 5-12 year old boys and girls staying at any of our Fife holiday parks.
A birdwatcher's paradise
From sand martins and eiders to red-breasted guillemots and the rare surf-scoter, the East Neuk is a twitcher’s paradise. Curlew, red shank and oystercatchers are regular visitors to Elie, St Andrews and St Monans Holiday Parks and others, such as puffin and artic terns can be viewed by taking an exhilarating boat trip from nearby Anstruther to the Isle of May.
The May Princess sails daily on the tide from Anstruther Harbour to The Isle of May between April and September. The crossing takes about 1 hour with 2-3 hours spent ashore. In the early summer the seacliffs are covered with breeding Kittiwakes, Razorbills, Guillemots and Shags. Inland, thousands of burrow nesting Puffins can be seen and Eider Duck are in abundance. There are usually breeding Terns and last year, over a thousand grey seal pups were born on the island. To book, visit www.anstrutherpleasurecruises.co.uk
Discover a magical underwater world
Elie Holiday Park's Shell Bay is blessed with some of the best rock pooling opportunities on the Fife coast and is a great family adventure. Pick up a self-guided rock pooling leaflet from your park reception and see what sealife you can spot.
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