Local Attractions

The East Neuk of Fife is without doubt the jewel in the Kingdom’s crown. Lush, green countryside, golden beaches and rugged cliffs intersperse with delightful fishing villages, breathtaking coastal walks and the world’s best golf courses. Detailed below are a few ideas for some great days out and at reception you’ll find a host of leaflets detailing all the best local attractions Fife has to offer.


The breathtaking Fife Coastal Path passes through Elie Holiday Park, so why not get on your walking boots and absorb the abundance of wildlife as seabirds soar above the waves and seals bask in the sunshine? From Shell Bay you can ascend Kincraig over the cliff tops towards the picturesque seaside village of Elie and Earlsferry.

  • Fife Coastal Path - www.fifecoastalpath.co.uk


The freedom of cycling combined with some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery is one of the best ways to explore Elie and the surrounding area. Fife’s Millennium Cycleways boasts miles of exciting cycle routes to explore at your leisure and some of them can be found at the entrance to the Park – look out for the small blue signs.


Elie Holiday Park is enviably positioned close to all the best golf courses in Fife. Whatever your budget there’s a course for you – be it the Old Course at St Andrews, where the game started 600 years ago, or say Anstruther with one of the toughest par 3s in the UK.

  • St Andrews Links Trust Courses - www.standrews.org.uk
  • The Old Course
  • The Castle Course
  • The New Course
  • The Jubilee Course
  • The Eden Course
  • The Strathtyrum Course
  • The Balgove Course

Other courses

  • Charlton Course - www.charleton.co.uk
  • Anstruther Course - www.anstruthergolf.co.uk
  • St Michaels Course - www.stmichaelsgolfclub.com