Local Historic Attractions:

Dairsie Church

Dairsie Church

Dairsie Bridge

Dairsie Bridge

Dairsie Castle

Dairsie Castle

St Mary’s Church pictured to the left dates from the early 1600’s and can be seen from the castle. The Dairsie Bridge is also worth a look, it was built by James Beaton between 1522 and 1539. The castle and surrounding grounds (pictured right) are a landmark in themselves and well worth exploring.

Walking:

Fife is famous for its Coastal Path walk which stretches 150km. However there are very pleasant walks in and around Dairsie with country roads leading to Cupar and St Andrews and the castle itself sits in 6 acres of grounds, with wooded areas.

Golf:

St Andrews offers some of the finest golf courses in Scotland and they are just a short journey from Dairsie Castle. A full list of golf courses in Fife can be found here

The closest course to the castle is Cupar Golf Course

Fishing:

If its fishing you want Fife has it all! Whether you want coarse, game, river or salt water fishing in Fife will cater for every fisherman. A good list of places to fish can be found here

Beaches:

The beaches in Fife are some of the best in Scotland receiving 5 of the 6 EU blue flag awards in 2008. St Andrews is probably the best known and biggest. With ample parking and a long stretch of sand, St Andrews beach is the perfect place to take part in a range of activities both on the water and on the sand.

The five award winning beaches in Fife were:

    Leven East beach
    Aberdour
    Burntisland
    Elie Harbour
    St Andrews west sands