St Andrews & Fife

St Andrews is world renowned as the Home of Golf and is only just over 30 miles south of Blairgowrie by way of Dundee and the Tay Bridge. It takes its name from Scotland's patron saint and is a medieval town with the 3rd oldest university in Britain.

Golf has been played here for over 600 years and The Old Course is probably the most famous golf course in the world.

St Andrews enjoys a beautiful coastal position and just to the south is the East Neuk of Fife, a string of picturesque and historic fishing villages such as Crail, Pittenweem and Anstruther whose beaches and shorelines have attracted holidaymakers for centuries.

Returning to Cateran Country you can use an inland route that takes you past Scotland's Secret Bunker - a bizarre 1950's underground military complex - and the Scottish Deer Centre, where you can get really close to these magnificent animals.

Continue along the south shore of the River Tay through Newburgh and pretty Abernethy before reaching Perth and then onto the A93 to return to Cateran Country.

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