We started in Pittenweem.
I have to say, they totally live up to their reputation! The fish is caught fresh each morning and cooked in the crispiest batter and the chips were divine. It was served with bread and butter, tea and coffee – brilliant!
After this we walked back to Pittenweem (burning off some of the calories), past the shell house.
‘Neuk’ (newk) in Scots means ‘corner’. The East Neuk is the east corner of Fife, which protrudes just south of St. Andrews. It’s a glorious spot and often reminds me of Cornwall. It also has an artistic vibe; many artists have moved there to be inspired, so much so that in the summer Pittenweem plays host to a reknowned arts festival, which I’ll be heading to later this year.
It was a brilliant day and it looks like today is going to be the same! Hope the sun is still shining where you are!