Travel and Guidebooks from Fife
- Add to BasketAlong The Fife Coastal Path: A Guide For Walkers And Visitors - - Paperback
Skirting the spectacular Fife shoreline, the Fife Coastal Path offers an ideal way to sample the area's rich heritage. This guidebook introduces visitors and walkers to its wealth of castles, churches, harbours, milestones and red-roofed 'little houses'.
- Add to BasketDad's Army: How Freuchie Took Cricket By Storm - - Paperback
'Dad's Army' tells the story of how the cricketers of a little Scottish village marched all the way to Lord's and won the National Village Cup in 1985. The book features interviews with all the leading personnel in the Freuchie triumph, and includes a foreword from Sir Ian Botham.
- Add to BasketDundee, St Andrews: Balmullo, Carnoustie, Cupar, Leuchars, Muirhead, Newport-On-Tay, Tayport - Paperback
- Add to BasketFife - - Hardback
Published in association with the National Trust for Scotland, this text looks at the famous, and also less well known architectural treasures of Fife, such as Balgonie House and Kellie Castle.
- Add to BasketFife And Perthshire: Including Kinross - - Paperback
This thorough guide to Perth, Fife and Kinross covers a wonderfully varied landscape area, from the Grampian mountains to the Tay estuary and the ancient coastal town of St Andrews.
The Fife coast is a popular area with walkers. This compilation of walks is divided into sections and can be used as a town guide or as a guide to the complete coastal route.
- Add to BasketKingdom Of Fife: 40 Coast And Country Walks - - Paperback
Ranging from lochside nature trails to short, exhilarating routes up into the Lomond and Ochil Hills to the best stretches of the Fife Coastal Trail and circuits around historic towns and villages, the 40 walks in this book are all you need to really discover Fife.
- Add to BasketThe Kingdom Of Fife: An Illustrated Architectural Guide - - Paperback
This is an illustrated architectural guide to the kingdom of Fife, in all its rich diversity - the hermit's cell, cathedral, weaver's cothouse, royal palace, horsemill and Longannet Power Station
- Add to BasketSt. Andrews: The Home Of Golf - - Hardback
This title celebrates St Andrews, the unique haven of golf, through pictures by renowned golf photographer Kevin Murray, while the authors' blend of history, personal observations and anecdotes distills centuries of golfing tradition into lively, atmospheric prose.
- Add to BasketThe Wee Book Of Fife - - Paperback
Fishing villages such as Elie, Anstruther and Crail all feature in this collection of photographs comparing old with new, as well as the historic town of Dunfermline with its magnificent abbey, Culross with its crow-stepped roofs, industrial Kirkcaldy and St Andrews, home of golf and Scotland's oldest university.