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Local Websites of Interest

This page will allow you to find out more information on some of the places of interest, attractions and information sites that are in and around the East Neuk of Fife.

If you would like to help us promote the East Neuk please feel free to add a link to our website.

To have your website added to the list below please contact us. If your website is a commercial site to promote your business unfortunately it cannot be listed but if your website is to your own holiday accommodation please visits our accommodation section for information on getting your website added..

NameDescription
Anstruther Community WebsiteHistorical and community information about Anstruther.
Anstruther LifeboatA great site about the Anstruther Lifeboat and an enormous amount of information on rescues.
Anstruther Sailing ClubA club aimed at all sea lovers. You don't have to have a boat to become a member, but will be warmly welcomed to help crew and support boat owners.
Byre TheatreThe Byre presents dramitc performances from both local and national dramatic companies. Check their website for the latest information.
Cambo LiciousA celebration of craft beer in the East Neuk. Family beer, food and crafts festival twice a year at Cambo estate promoting local brewers and food producers
Crail FestivalAnnual arts and children's festival held in Crail during the last two weeks in July. The programme is widely varied with events aimed at all ages and tastes.
Crail Food FestivalCrail Food Festival is an annual event which brings together local and regional exhibitors, chefs and musicians.
Deep Sea WorldAmaze as the sharks and sealife swim over head as you walk through the wonderful water tunnel.
East Neuk FestivalThe East Neuk Festival is an annual 5 day event presenting world class, site-specific music, installations and literature. It won the 2007 Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Audience Development and works with major international artists on ambitious projects.
East Neuk Model Railway ClubLocal model railway club that meets twice a week in Pittenweem and is open to anyone from the local area with an interest in model railways. Building layouts that they exhibit all over Scotland and further afield too, also organise an annual exhibition every August in St Andrews.
East Neuk Open StudiosLocal artists invite you to visit them in their studios.
Elie and Earlsferry Sailing ClubLocated beside the harbour the Clubhouse includes a large meeting room, sun lounge, snack bar, showers and toilets, a wet area and some storage lockers. Visiting yachtsmen are welcome.
Elie HistoryThe Society was formed in 2003 by a group of people keen to preserve and promote the rich history of Elie and the Royal Burgh of Earlsferry.
Elie, Kilconquhar & Colinsburgh ChurchInformation on Elie, Kilconquhar & Colinsburgh Church
Lundin Links Sports ClubLundin Links Sports Club, come along and enjoy Tennis, Squash and a gym.
Pittenweem Arts FestivalThis annual celebration of the Arts, provides workshops for the children, music and drama for the adults and entertainment for all.
Rotary Club of AnstrutherAs one of the 86 Club in Rotary District 1010 - North Scotland, we are actively involved in local, regional and international projects
Scotland's SecretbunkerOne of Scotland's best kept secrets, has been opened to the public to give an insight into the command centre that would have been used in the event of a nuclear war.
St Andrews AquariumThe children will love the touch and see tanks where they can get hands on experience with the local sealife.
St Andrews Virtual TourA virtual tour of St Andrews, with lots of information of what to do and see.
St Ayles Rowing ClubThe St Ayles Rowing Club is part of a community project started by the Scottish Fisheries Museum to bring together people of all ages to get involved with something that would not only help their fitness but more importantly as a social method of getting to know the people in your area and have a bit of fun along the way
St Monans and Largoward ChurchesWebsite with a lot of information about St Monans and Largoward churches
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