St Andrews boasts beautiful golf courses, plus the British Golf Museum which chronicles the history of UK golf. St Andrews is famous for golf, but this historic town has more to offer with a stunning castle, beautiful coastline, not to mention a university dating back to 1413, with a long list of famous students.
Always asked on this tour. “Is St Andrews the home of Golf.” Well, on this tour you will find out.
Besides St Andrews we will visit the ancient golf courses of Bruntsfield Links, Calton Hill and Leith Links. During these visits you will learn about an amazing bet between golfers, how golf saved a man’s life and which course did the first game of golf, as we know it today start in 1744. When we head to St Andrews, it will via the stunning and beautiful East Neuk of Fife. At St Andrews you will see Swilken bridge and the members club house. You can also get you’re official St Andrews souvenirs.
Lunch is in Anstruthers, Fifes famous fish and chips shop. (lunch own expense)
Other places we visit on this tour are:
- Lower Largo the home of Alexander Selkirk (Robinson Crusoe).
- The seaside town of Elie.
After st Andrews we take a short drive to the Royal Burgh of Falkland, an idyllic village steeped in history.The Royal Palace and gardens is a magnificent place to visit.We finish of our day at Dunfermline Abbey monastery founded by king David the first in 1128 . This tour suit’s a variety of different interests whether it’s Golf you are interested in or the history of Scotland.