Fife Quick Facts & Figures

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Fife is located on Scotland’s East Coast, prominent towns in the area include St Andrews, Glenrothes and Dunfermline. Fife is well known for its historic attractions and scenic landscapes.

Fife includes the famous town of St Andrews well known for its association with golf and its historic University. Fife includes some scenic coastline and charming small towns and villages. Local attractions & places of interest include St Andrews Cathedral, St Andrews Castle, Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery, Lochore Meadows Country Park, Falkland Palace and Fife Coastal Path. There are a number of historic buildings, castles, museums and galleries for visitors to explore in the area.

The area is host to a number of local festivals, shows, fairs and concerts throughout the year


Fife Quick Facts

Population: 365,000

Region: East Coast Scotland

Area total: 1,235 sq km

Languages: English, Scots and Scottish Gaelic

Dialling Code: 01334 (St Andrews), 01592 (Glenrothes), 01383 (Dunfermline).

Postcode Area KY16 (St Andrews), KY6-7 (Glenrothes), KY11-12 (Dunfermline).

Closest Airports: Edinburgh Airport, Dundee Airport & Glasgow Airport.

Local Food: Haggis, Scottish Beef, Artisan Cheeses, Oatcakes and Seafood varieties.

Nearest Towns & Cities: St Andrews, Glenrothes, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy.

Famous Attractions: St Andrews Cathedral, St Andrews Castle, Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery, Lochore Meadows Country Park, Falkland Palace and Fife Coastal Path.
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