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Things to do

St Andrews is positioned in a spectacular location. On one side it has the wooded hills of the Fife countryside but to the north and east it looks out over a rocky headland to the dramatic waters of the North Sea. For more than a thousand years, the town of St Andrews has been a focal point for bishops and kings, saints and martyrs, students and holidaymakers Рnot to mention the greatest golfers in the world.

Whenever you walk in St Andrews, and it is a walking town, you are reminded of its colourful and rich history. Add in the bars, restaurants, historic ruins, beautiful beaches and the world famous golf courses and you have a destination that is truly unique.

For more tourist information for St Andrews, visit the official tourism portal for St Andrews – Visit St Andrews.

Attractions

 

 

Other tourist attractions in St Andrews include:

 

Great places to stay in St Andrews

Agnes Blackadder Hall offers bed and breakfast in three-star guest accommodation with modern en-suite bedrooms and a friendly service.

Modern three-star rated apartments feature five double bedrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. Perfect for families and groups.

McIntosh Hall offers budget accommodation in the heart of St Andrews.