Crail Travel guide
Crail : Michelin's recommendations
This busy village is a very attractive seaside resort. The lower part around the harbour is the oldest part of Crail; stroll along Shoregate with its pretty houses, and note the stonework of its inner harbour (still used by lobstermen and crab fishermen). The village’s upper part is more sprawling.
Tourist attractions Crail : Things to see and do
Marketgate North GB - Crail KY10 3TH
The tolbooth belfry (1598) overlooks the wide market square with a fish-shaped weather vane, a reference to the time when smoked haddock was the town's main source of income. Behind the tolbooth is a small museum of local history, architecture an..
Shoregate GB - Crail KY10 3ST
Shoregate , the road leading to the harbour, has picturesque houses on either side. Crab and crayfish fishermen still use the inner harbour with its unusual patterns of stonework. On the quayside is the Customs House and, adjacent to it, is a gr..
Balcomie Road, Crail GB - Crail KY10 3TN
Balcomie Links is a friendly, family run small hotel, situated on the outskirts of Crail near St Andrew's. In Fife's famous and sheltered East Neuk, this is one of the sunniest corners on the East Coast of Scotland. The hotel is an ideal base to e..