Our Guide to Visiting the East Neuk of Fife

Weekend trips in a Campervan - Fife ​ Here are our top tips for spending a couple of days in the East Neuk of Fife. With thanks to Alan Wright Photographic for the images. Forth Rail Crossing Only an hour from Edinburgh and another 30 minutes from Glasgow, you get to the East Neuk of Fife by crossing the Firth of Forth using the new Queensferry crossing. Heading north east after the bridges skirting round Kirkaldy and Leven. The word 'Neuk' is old Scots for corner, by the way. Elie Harbour First stop for us was the pretty seaside destination of Elie and Earlsferry. Here you can walk along part of the Fife Coastal Path exploring Shell bay and up over the cliffs to West Bay. There is an a

Glorious Islands to visit from Scotlands West Coast

With nearly eight hundred islands off the coast of Scotland, picking which ones to visit can be a little tricky. Here to help is our guide to island hopping. The destinations are mostly reached by boat close to the seaside town of Oban. Scotlands west coast has some of the best scenery in the British Isles, just perfect if you fancy getting away from it all. With thanks to Allan Wright as always for the images. Coll You can visit the Island of Coll from Oban with daily ferry crossings in the summer. The cruise on the CalMac ferry - either the Clansman or Lord of the Isles will take around two and a half to three hours. The trip in itself is something special, you travel down the Sound