What Elie has to offer

Hi everyone so not been out and about that much recently but popped out on the 8th June, that's when there was a gap in the rain for once.

First stop was to the coastal town of Elie, which has to be one of my favourite places to visit. The coastline in Elie and Earlsferry is i'd say one of the most picturesque parts of the East Neuk of Fife. Earlsferry is situated to the right as you hit the town. Small streets and beautiful houses all the way along, plus there's also a golf course which has beautiful sea views. Vast sandy beaches and the famous chain walk too, however I also recommend checking the weather forecast and tides before you take on that. As It's easy to be caught out due to changing conditions.

So back to the crossroads again, take a left and that brings you into the town centre, which consists of a small selection of shops which all have their place in this beautiful coastal town. Firstly the Elie Deli which is a must stop for Breakfast and for Lunch, great selection for all. A new addition to Elie is the new Elie Coffee House which you can sit in or takeaway. There's the local pub The Station Bar, Elie Paper Shop and even a Pharmacist and an Ice Cream Parlour.

Heading down towards the Pier there's The Ship Inn which has a great beer garden and good quality food in the Restaurant. The Ship Inn hosts beach cricket which is one of the highlights of the Summer in Elie. Driving past the ship takes you to the pier and past the Elie Watersports centre which is another great place to spent the summer if you're a fan of Watersports. 

When you get down towards the Pier you'll notice the Elie Lighthouse which is another must visit. Great walks around the Lighthouse and there's the Lady's Tower which a great is also a must to photograph. Beaches then span out all the way along the coast, next stop being St Monans.