Things To Do

Letham Glen in the spring

letham glen

This public park is only a five minute walk from Dunclutha. Adults and children alike can have a peaceful walk round the Nature Trail or a more energetic adventure on the newly installed adult exercise and children's play area.

We can book golf rounds for you at no extra cost. Here is a short list of some courses. You can click through on the items listed in blue.

See the links page for more local resources.

Explore and Enjoy

Robinson Crusoe - at Lower Largo.
Walks - Letham Glen and Silverburn Parks - stopping at Blacketyside Farm shop and Restaurant for a well deserved snack or some lunch.
Walk the "Loop" from the Prom, starting at "Action zone" towards Silverburn, through the park and the beautiful award winning walled garden,back down to the beach and back along part of the Fife Coastal path to the start of the Loop, with lovely views of Largo Law and Largo Bay.
Methil Heritage Centre is also very worthwhile visiting just about a mile away.

For Children

For Children Action Zone - a secure soft ball play area for youngsters.
Leven Swimming pool - an excellent pool for all ages - with flumes and wave sessions.

Velvet Scoter (Melanitta fusca)Bird watching

Locally at Leven point and the power station but also further afield at Vane Farm near Kinross.

Walkers around the Fife Coastal Path and Cyclists are welcome.

Walkers are welcome Cyclists are welcome

there are more interesting places to see listed on the Welcome to Scotland site.


Edinburgh and Glasgow with a selection of internationally famous stores are only about an hour away and Kirkcaldy only a few minutes. We can help with your travel arrangements.

Places to visit

Royal Palace of Falkland (and Falkland village)
Kellie Castle
Hill of Tarvit Mansion House
Arberdour Castle

East Neuk coast
Anstruther (for the best fish and chips in Scotland)
St. Andrews and university
Secret Bunker at Crail
Isle of May nature reserve boat trip from Anstruther
Loch Leven Castle near Kinross (where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned)
Inch Island boat trip to see old Abbey and watch the seals
Culross cobbled village showing life in Scotland centuries ago
Dunfermline abbey

Balbirnie Park
Lomond Hills
St. Andrews beach
Kingsbarns beach
Aberdour beach
Tetley Trail round Loch Leven

Deep Sea World
Sealife Centre
Scottish Deer Centre

Edinburgh Castle
Pitlochry and Dam
St. Andrews
Glasgow and Burrell Collection, People’s Palace, Botanic Gardens, Museums

Places to see  .

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Last updated Wednesday, January 5, 2022