Inchcolm Green

With stunning views and high standards of safety and cleanliness, Aberdour’s Blue Flag beaches enchant locals and day visitors alike. Whether cooling off ankle-deep or trying your hand at the impressive array of sports on offer, from swimming and fishing, to surfing, wind surfing and canoeing, it’s time to dip your toe in these rather enticing waters.

Aberdour is very well-connected.  The A921, passing through the village, forms part of the Fife Coastal Tourist Route towards Dalgety Bay or Burntisland and beyond. The nearby M90 and Queensferry Crossing make light work of journeys to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow.


Take a 30-minute ride to the capital from Aberdour Railway Station or take advantage of the variety of buses servicing the local area.


For further afield, Edinburgh Airport lies just over 20 minutes away.

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