Sauchope Links Holiday Park is located a short walk from the village of Crail. It has an impressive history and one of the finest harbours in the area. The most easterly of Fife’s fishing ports, Crail’s location lies on the edge of the Kingdom of Fife. The Church is one of Scotland’s most beautiful ancient churches, with a fine western tower and small spire making it well worth a visit.
On the harbour, fresh fish and shellfish including lobster and crab are available and there is great dining out in Crail with many local restaurants offering seafood dishes from local produce. Adjacent to the harbour is a small stretch of sandy beach, popular with sunbathers, swimmers and canoeists alike. The village has an interesting selection of pubs and shops which are great for browsing.
Crail’s location is also home to a well-known Pottery shop where you can visit the workshops, browse in the showroom or just relax in the flower-filled yard under the fruit trees. Thanks to Crail being so close to Sauchope Links Holiday Park, holiday makers can walk back and forth easily to enjoy different aspects of the village during their stay.
Crail’s location has good transport links and is only a short drive from the most ancient and interesting buildings in Fife and all the main sporting facilities close-by making Sauchope a great base for enjoying the surrounding attractions.
The famous Kingdom of Fife town of St Andrews is a mere 10 minutes drive from Sauchope Links Holiday Park and offers a great day out. The town has a rich history with the third oldest university in the English-speaking world and a reputation for being the ‘home of golf’. This town is well worth a visit especially as it is in such easy reach of Sauchope Links.
There are many other historic sites of interest, towns and villages and beautiful walks to be enjoyed around Sauchope Links not to mention the sporting facilities close-by making this holiday park a great place to come and stay.