|[St Andrews from St Rule's Tower]|
University town, the home of golf, magnificent ruined cathedral and castle, an attractive coastal setting... St Andrews seems to have got the rub of the green (tee-hee... never mind) when it comes to tourist attractions, even if you don't want to play the world-famous courses. Many visitors find the centre surprisingly small, and it's probably only thanks to the large termtime student population that St Andrews has a bustle about it that's rare in similar-sized Scottish settlements. It's certainly a bit of a bubble, with an almost English feel and in complete contrast to the rest of Fife.
|[Approaching St Andrews and East Sands from the south on the Fife Coastal Path (18/10/14]|
📌 St Andrews ★★★★☆
Location: G.R.: NO 509167 ///butlers.butter.roaming
Within walking distance
📌 British Golf Museum
Description: Just the museum you'd expect to find in the town that's considered the home of golf.
Location: Bruce Embankment, just north of the centre, G.R.: NO 505171 ///areas.gathering.prep
Open (2018): Daily
Cost (2018): £8.50 (adults), free for children
>> St Andrews Aquarium ★★★★☆
>> St Andrews Castle & Cathedral page: St Andrews Castle ★★★★☆; St Andrews Cathedral ★★★☆☆
📌 St Andrews East Sands ★★☆☆☆
Description: Small, sandy beach just south of the town harbour.
Location: 5-min walk south of the centre, G.R.: NO 518163 ///suddenly.amazed.comments
📌 St Andrews West Sands ★★★☆☆
Description: Extensive beach, famously the filming location for the start of Chariots of Fire.
Location: 5-min walk north of the centre, G.R.: NO 504174 ///wire.alpha.tourist
>> Walk: Fife Coast - Kingsbarns to Cathedral ★★★☆☆
|[St Andrews Cathedral]|