Fife boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland, making it an ideal place to live, work and visit. However, you won’t have to drive miles to discover that what makes Fife unique from any other destination in Scotland is that it offers it all.
It’s a destination of many contrasts, situated on the stunning East coast of Scotland. Fife truly is a fantastic place to live with vibrant, bustling towns, quaint villages, breathtaking beaches and magnificent hills. Our Kingdom offers an endless list of activities, fuelling your work-life balance.
With the neighbouring cities providing the hustle and bustle of urban life, those fortunate to live and work in Fife can expect a more relaxed pace and unbeatable quality of life. Each of the Kingdom’s main towns easily is commutable in less than half an hour.
Fife is on the doorsteps of Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee, but without the city centre congestion. With this in mind, Fifers can enjoy the stunning coastline, beautiful countryside and award-winning beaches. So, if the perfect work/life balance attracts you, then Fife offers this in abundance.
The region enjoys keen house prices, a competitive cost of living and housing in the area spans all the options from picturesque coastal villages to bustling towns, all steeped in history.
Dunfermline, Scotland’s royal ancient capital, is thriving with heritage and culture. Kirkcaldy, home of the father of economics Adam Smith, directly looks out to the North Sea. As a new town, Glenrothes in the heart of Fife offers fantastic views of the iconic Lomand Hills.
Fife has a rich history with many museums, galleries and attractions to enlighten and entertain young and old. From soft play areas to cinemas there is plenty to keep families entertained all year round.
The Kingdom’s natural larder provides the foundation for a fabulous dining experience. From a Michelin-starred restaurant to award-winning fish and chips straight from the paper, there’s something for everyone.
Fife is also home to the oldest University in Scotland, the University of St Andrews.
The attractiveness of Fife as a place to live is clear to see. Each town easily is accessible by road and has excellent public transport links.