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Pittenweem isn't blessed with a multitude of overt tourist attractions, but this certainly is one. Think what you like about the rock beds and the Holiness of the water coming from the spring at the back, it's a really cool cave in the middle of...More
Collect the key from the nearby Cocoa Tree Cafe to visit this fascinating cave that was occupied by monks from the Isle of May some 600 years ago. What implements did they use to hack out this solid rock? Walking round inside does not take...More
Got the key from the local shop and walked down to the cave . Well enough lit and as caves go interesting .
Care needed on going down the stairs but notice is given .
Interesting information about St Fillan and St Adrian .
This was a strange little experience but not worth a detour off your route. Pittenweem is a beautiful little town so if you are there anyway, it's fun to see the cave and only costs a pound. The kids liked the mystery of it but...More
Down hill from the High Street or uphill from East Shore via Cove Wynd ,the cave is roughly halfway between the two . Keys are available from the Cocoa Tree and The Chocolate shop . There is a locked gate with steps leading down ....More
This is a welcome change from the seashore. You have to get the key from the shop. It was a nice place and worth the time to see it. I want say to much about it as it would take some of the fun out...More
A small cave apparently inhabited by St Fillan. A pound to visit you get the key from the cocoa tree which is worth a visit in itself. Nothing much in it to be honest but was interesting. We spent about 10 min there.