The Kingdom of Fife occupies the peninsula formed by the Firth of Forth to the South and the Firth of Tay to the north.

Fife is region of remarkable variety, all contained within 1325 square kms on the east coast of Scotland.

Home of Golf and boasts more than forty courses

Fife's existence as a distinct entity can be traced back to the Pictish Kingdom of Fib in the centuries after the departure of the Romans.

A Royal Home

Dunfermline served as a Royal residence and burial place for many centuries. It is said to be home to the remains of eight Scottish kings, four queens and assorted princes and princesses.

St Andrews, the oldest University

Falkland Palace