We all know the big destinations in Scotland that pull the visitors – but what about the many gems that are often overlooked?
1. St Monans, Fife
Margaret Lumley recommended a trip to St Monans on in Fife. “I loved the village with its church, zig zag piers, salt pans, windmill and great takeaway fish and chips.”
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1. Sheep Heid Inn
Considered to be the oldest pub in the capital (if not the country) there is said to have been a drinking establishment here ‘ in one form or another since ‘ since around 1360 [ . . . ]