Anstruther is the largest of a series of charming old fishing villages along the stretch of Fife coast known as East Neuk.
Originally a fishing village and still the location of the Scottish Fisheries Museum, tourism is now the most important industry ,this small coastal resort is a popular destination for tourism, evidenced by the many guest houses, hotels and lodges available. The town has a beautiful parish church in its centre, perched on a small hill and featuring a spired bell tower which is rare in Britain , There are many pleasure boats in the harbor, there is a golf course and a recreation center is planned.
Access : Coordinates: 56.22344, -2.70274 /
- Top sights in Anstruther : The secret bunker : This is a secret nuclear bunker, built in 1951 and open until 1993, located on a secondary road near the village. During its operation, it looked like a private house, but it has now been renovated and is open to the public as a museum. / The fascinating Scottish Fisheries Museum. / Anstruther Fish Bar.
Go next : Isle of May , located in the north of the outer Firth of Forth, / Crail , a former royal burgh, parish in the East Neuk of Fife / North Berwick , a seaside town in East Lothian, Scotland.