The Swilcan Bridge, St. Andrews

The Swilcan Bridge, St. Andrews

Fantastic bespoke tours to suit your preferences and budget

Pre-booked private parties only (Up to eight passengers maximum)

We can tailor our tour to your group preferences, so it is unique for you. We don’t just show our tourist venues and local areas, we share it with you, just as a friend who would like to show you their beloved home and all its hidden treasures. And just as a friend would, we take very special care of you with our hand-picked drivers.

Fife Tours

St Andrews

St Andrews is a seaside town, known as the home of golf.It has many golf courses, including the Old Course, with its landmark Swilcan Bridge at the 18th hole. The British Golf museum chronicles the history of UK golf. On a headland nearby are the ruins of St Andrews Castle with its medieval bottle dungeon.

Close to the Castle is the University of St Andrews, founded in 1413. Famous for it’s students Prince William and Kate Middleton who’s romance at this University led to their fairy tale wedding.The most beautiful sandy beach, that seems to stretch for miles.St Andrews boasts many shops and bistros and fine eateries, so a lot of reasons to make a visit.

St Andrews


A historic fishing village perched on the coastline of Firth of Forth. Famous for Anstruther Fish Bar(apparently the best Fish and chips in all of Scotland).

St Andrews


A lovely fishing village looking across to the Isle of May.


A very small but certainly a quintessential Scottish fishing village that is definitely worth a visit.

Fife tourist attractions

Secret Bunker

Hidden beneath a Scottish Farmhouse a tunnel leads to Scotland’s Secret Bunker. There is 24,000 sq ft of secret accomadation. Had there been a Nuclear War this is where Scotland would have been Governed.

Falkland Palace

The country residence of the Royal Stuarts, which was adored by Mary Queen of ScotsAdmire spectacular Renaissance architecture. Stroll around beautiful garden and orchard.