Plan Your Trip

The Fife Coastal Path runs between the Kincardine Bridge in the South and Newburgh in the North.
 

It is approximately 117 miles (188 km) long. Along the route you will pass through spectacular and wild natural landscapes, home to a wide variety of wildlife.

You can also explore the history of Fife’s coastal communities and their fishing, agricultural and industrial heritage.
You'll find a huge range of practical information below on planning your Fife Coastal Path Adventure!


Harbourmaster's House

Welcome Ports

Public Toilets

Travel & Information

Outdoor Access Code