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Kirkcaldy Seafield

Seafield Beach is one of six Rural award beaches situated along the Fife coastline. The beach is located to the South of Kirkcaldy over looking the Firth of Forth. It is a sandy beach with rock pools. For a real walk on the wild side you can watch seals basking in the sun from the Fife Coastal path just ten minutes walk south of Seafield, listen to the seabirds as they soar above the waves and smell the fresh sea air and feel the real sense of freedom. An electric sign displaying real-time bathing water quality predictions is available at this beach between 1 June - 15 September. You can find out the daily prediction by visiting the SEPA website

Getting there

A quiet area located at the South of Kirkcaldy that is on a regular bus route (No. 7 bus from Kirkcaldy bus station stance13). Kirkcaldy also has a train station which is only a 2 minute walk from the bus station. For further information on bus times please call 0871 200 2233. If travelling by foot, bike or car from the town centre travel south on the A921 (along the sea front), after Morrisons turn left (to continue on the A921) and then left again into Seafield Rod. The beach and car park are located at the end of this road

Contact details

Robbie Blyth
01592 656080
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