Anstruther is a small village located in area called East Neuk of Fife. Its population is about 3600 and it is probably the largest village on the north coastline. Main industry of this town is, of course, tourism. But, this town is often called a charming fishing village because its harbor is the largest of all the ports in East Neuk area.
If you visit Anstruther there are a lots of things you should visit. First of all, you must go to Anstruther Fish Bar. That bar won large amount of awards in recent years, and one of the most notable is UK Fish and Chip Shop of the year. You should also go on a boat trip to Isle of May. You can go there between May and September and there you should watch out for seals, seabirds and smugglers. It is really an amazing experience. When you come back to the village once again be sure to visit The Scottish Fisheries Museum. That museum got large number of different amounts because it tells you the whole story of fishing in Scotland and if you want to learn something about that then this is the perfect place for you.
Want to hear something that most of the people don’t know? Well, just a few miles to the east from Anstruther village you can find something a very interesting village called Cellardyke. Tourists often don’t go here for different reasons. Either they don’t have time or they don’t know that Cellardyke exists. Cellardyke has an amazing old fishing port and some charming old houses with some great scenery you surely want to see.
What else to say? Anstruther is a charming little town in Scotland that is worth visiting, especially if you love fish and fishing. Trust me, if you visit Anstruther you won’t regret that decision.