Saturday, 13 October 2007

East Coast Pittenweem

East Coast Pittenweem

Pittenweem is still an attractive village and worth a visit when village hopping in the East Neuk.It is ideally located for easy trips to St Andrews, Dunfermline, Culross, Perth, Edinburgh, Falkland Palace, and all of historic Fife.

Scotland was described by James VI as 'a beggar's mantle fringed with gold' - the gold being the chain of little Fife ports from which merchant ships, smuggling vessels and fishing fleets plied their trade over the centuries. Again, Pittenweem is most definitely part of that beautiful gold chain.

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