The unique Old Course and six additional courses of the St Andrews Links Trust, superb beaches, the historic St Andrews University, Castle, Cathedral and much more.

The charming streets of this medieval town and it’s ancient architecture make the town unforgettable. No visit being complete without a stroll along The West Sands, the spectacular setting of the film ‘Chariots of Fire’.

The Town of St Andrews

Legend tells that the relics of the apostle Andrew were brought to Scotland by St Regulus. Having been shipwrecked off the Fife coast he founded a church on the site where the town now stands, establishing St Andrews as a prominent part of Scotland’s history.

Now most famous for its unrivalled golfing facilities, the town offers the visitor a vast variety of attractions and events from museums, beaches, restaurants, art gallery’s, shops, gardens and parks to the Highland games and the Lammas Fair. The town provides a unique blend of history, recreation and charm which has made St Andrews one of the most popular destinations in Scotland today and also a perfect base from which to explore Fife’s unique coastal fishing villages or to enjoy some wonderful walking or cycling.

Abbotsford provides an excellent base for expanding the golfing trip of a lifetime

Be it to the other Open challenge of nearby Carnoustie or historic links including Lundin, Crail, Leven, Scotscraig, Monifieth, Panmure or the young pretenders such as Kingsbarns there are challenges to test all abilities.

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