Fife coastal path walking tours baggage transfers

Fife coastal path walking tours baggage transfers.

We can cover from Elie all the way east to St Andrews and north up to the Tay estuary

How it works:
We collect your luggage between a given time span from your hotel or B&B and deliver it to your next overnight accommodation.
Just leave your luggage clearly marked and we’ll transfer it timely

Fife Coastal Path
Kincardine to Newburgh

Length187 km (116 mi)
LocationFife, Scotland
Walking6 to 9 walking days
DesignationScotland’s Great Trails
56.06623°N 3.72221°W
56.34931°N 3.24905°W

Highlights of the trail include the charming East Neuk fishing villages with their tiny harbours surrounded by piles of lobster creels and whitewashed cottages with pan-tiled roofs and crow-stepped gables; the views from the Binn, Largo Law and Kincraig Hill; the home of Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s ‘Robinson Crusoe’; the monument where Alexander III was thrown from his horse and killed, an event that completely changed the course of Scottish history; the finest Romanesque church in Scotland at Leuchars; and St Andrews, a beautiful little town with an ancient university, a ruined 12th century castle, the impressive ruins of the largest cathedral in Scotland and the home of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the game’s governing body.

The Fife coast is a haven for wildlife. Grey seals bask on the rocks and the offshore islands and cliffs are home to thousands of seabirds including puffins, terns, fulmars and gannets.

Stages Starfish taxis covers for luggage transfers,
We may be able to assist the whole journey.
Stage 1: Lower Largo to St Monans14km3 – 4 hours
Stage 2: St Monans – Anstruther5.75km1.5 – 2 hours
Stage 3: Anstruther to Crail6.75km1.5 – 2 hours
Stage 4: Crail to Kingsbarns9.5km3 – 3.5 hours
Stage 5: Kingsbarns to St Andrews13.5km3 – 4 hours
Stage 6: St Andrews – Newport on Tay29km6 – 8 hours
Stage 7: Newport on Tay to Newburgh28.5km7 – 8 hours

Linking the Forth and Tay Estuaries, the Fife Coastal Path runs for over 183km though the varied landscapes of Fife.


King James VI of Scotland described Fife as a ‘beggar’s mantle fringed with gold’ – the golden fringe being the coast and its chain of little ports with their thriving fishing fleets and rich trading links with the Low Countries. The Fife Coastal Path explores a large part of Fife’s coastline from the Firth of Forth in the south to the Firth of Tay in the north. It is an area of low cliffs, rocky bays, grass-tufted dunes, long sandy beaches and picturesque fishing villages. All along the coast are abundant reminders of Scotland’s rich history – caves with prehistoric paintings, castles, tollbooths, ‘doocots’, chapels, churches, watch houses, harbours, pilgrims caves, red-roofed ‘little houses’ and world famous golf courses.

Driftwood cottage Pittenweem,
a perfect retreat for any family on a coastal path walking holiday