Things to do
Tentsmuir’s open mature pine forest supports both commercial forestry operations and many recreational activities - in particular the forested sand dunes along the northern and eastern coastal strips offer outstanding terrain for orienteering. The forest also provides an important habitat for a range of wildlife including red squirrels and roe deer, and forms part of the Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve. There's also a lovely beach close to the WTOC car park!
The Kingdom of Fife
Ancestral home to the Scottish monarchs, world famous for its golf and with some of Scotland’s best scenic attractions, the Kingdom of Fife is a proud region with its own distinct identity. In the northeast corner, the landscape varies from gentle hills to windswept cliffs, rocky bays and sandy beaches. St Andrews, home to Scotland’s oldest university and the world-famous Royal and Ancient Golf Club, draws most visitors, the
town retaining a charming and old-fashioned feel. South of St Andrews the tiny stone harbours of the fishing villages of the East Neuk are another attractive place to visit.
Dundee - ‘One City, Many Discoveries’
Dundee proudly remembers its seafaring and industrial heritage whilst developing exciting cultural, artistic and scientific dimensions for the 21st century. On the bank of the River Tay lies Captain Scott’s famous Antarctic expedition ship HMS Discovery, and close by is the award- winning Discovery Point Visitor Centre. Just across the city centre is the textile heritage centre Verdant Works.
Last edited: 23rd Jan 12