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Leven to Elie

This part of the walk is described on their website as 20km from Buckhaven to Elie. However, after... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
West Calder, United Kingdom
Great views

Myself and my girlfriend do a lot of long distance walking . This is only 117 miles and we... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2018
Ron S
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The Harbourmasters House Hot Pot Wynd | Hotpot Wynd, Dysart,, KY1 2TQ, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This part of the walk is described on their website as 20km from Buckhaven to Elie. However, after struggling to find a decent place to park my car in Buckhaven we drove along to Leven and parked on the Promenade just around the corner from...More

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Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Myself and my girlfriend do a lot of long distance walking . This is only 117 miles and we backpacker it in 8 days . Very easy. I wore boots my girlfriend wore sandals without any regrets . The views are fantastic . The last...More

Thank Ron S
Reviewed 12 May 2018

We went ther for an afternoon walk. The Coastal Footpath is very good to walk and the Beach with it's Sand is awesome. This is a very nice Spot. Sadly we did not have very good Weather when we were there. It was starting to...More

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Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

Did the area around Dysart. It was low tide. Easy and mostly level walk. Good views. Castle. Harbor. Very pleasant.

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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

What a lovely walk taking in churches,castle ruins , ruins of salt factories and the beautiful Pittenweem. A walk of just over 2 hours and just over 8 miles. Suitable for all ages and a few playgrounds for kids on the way. Places for coffee...More

2  Thank mirocat
Reviewed 18 March 2018

Just a warning to walkers that Fife Coastal Path has become badly eroded by tidal waters in the winter of 2018, January to March. This is particularly bad in areas between Dysart to East Wemyss. It is no longer the easy walk it once was...More

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Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

We’ve walked a few sections now, all beautiful and all different. Crail to Anstruther took a couple of hours- much of this route is unpaved and can be slippy if there’s been rain so make sure you have decent footwear. It also feels like the...More

1  Thank Lisa A
AudreyPeebz, Public Relations Manager at Fife Coastal Path, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018

Glad you enjoyed our wonderful Fife Coastal Path, we reccomend walkers wear sturdy footwear and appropriate clothing. Some sections are quite exposed with rough paths.

Reviewed 17 January 2018

There does not seem to be a part of this coastal Path that is unattractive . Starting from the magnificent Donibristle House Stables in the Wynd. follow a nice curve of sand round to a small harbour with a bench to take in the fantastic...More

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AudreyPeebz, Public Relations Manager at Fife Coastal Path, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018

We agree there is always a point of interest around every corner. Glad you enjoyed your walk.

Reviewed 21 November 2017 via mobile

The Fife Coastal path is stunning and is easily manageable by walkers of varying abilities. Walkers should be advised that there is not a specific path, at least not in the sense of a manufactured path, however walking is almost always on easy terrain and...More

Thank James M
Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

This is a lovely walk on a good day. We did a 20 kilometer walk along the coast. The two castles remains on the side of the shore where a nice touch. The views where lovely walking to Pittenween and it was a nice place...More

Thank Robert M
AudreyPeebz, Marketing Officer at Fife Coastal Path, responded to this reviewResponded 22 November 2017

Thank you for your lovely review Rab Mur. We believe that there is something for everyone, history, geology, nature, spectacular views and some great places to stop for a break and something to eat.

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10 May 2018|
Response from Lisa A | Reviewed this property |
The Anstruther/Crail section took us about an hour and a half-decent footwear needed. St Monans/Anstruther took about an hour and is an easier path to follow.
27 August 2017|
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Response from maisymeg | Reviewed this property |
I think this would depend on how much of the path you are planning on walking and what the weather is like at the time. We both had waterproof walking shoes on which give good support, protect your feet if you step on sharp... More
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28 June 2017|
Response from 19ianp62 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Rachel We did the walk in sections but returning by Bus to our base. Might be worth getting in touch with Welcome to Fife web site and ask them for advice. Sorry cannot help Ian