Fife is a magical corner of Scotland with scenic coastal views and quaint fishing villages. Flanked to the North and South by two major cities, this peaceful neuk known as ‘The Kingdom of Fife’ is rich in history and folklore alike. Near Newburgh in the north, it was said by Thomas the Rhymer that the ancient Pictish stronghold of Clatchard Craig “would stand till it fell on a white horse that never was born”, and to the South, King Alexander III tumbled to his death in Kinghorn. Tales of ghosts, fairies, and buried treasure lie around every corner. Step into the magical Kingdom of Fife and discover what stories lie within… 

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Crail's Bluestane, Bluestone Folklore


The Story of Crail’s Bluestane If you visit Crail, take a walk along South Marketgate, past The Golf Hotel along to the Parish Kirk where

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