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Self Catering in Crail

A hidden gem; Crail is a working fishing village, built around a widely photographed harbour. A peaceful place with a warm atmosphere. Enjoy fresh lobster from The Lobster Shack at the harbour or a homemade ice cream on the beach. Meander round winding historical streets or sail out to The May Isle to see some puffin. Walk on one of the many country walks through working farms or take in the coast on the expansive coastal walk, there’s plenty to do for young and old.

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Walk on one of the many country walks through working farms, take in the coast on the expansive coastal walk, explore the Secret Bunker (used during the 2nd World War) or take yourself for a short drive down the coast to explore the beautiful seaside towns of Pitenweem, Elie or St Monans and on the way back grab a take away fish and chips like nothing you’ve tasted before from the much awarded Anster chippy in Anstruther.

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