This was one of those buildings that I felt was defined by what is around it as much as the church itself. I really liked the market streets that surrounded it as well as the old fashioned book store next door that looked like it was from Shakespearean England. I think that was why I did a long panorama to include these.
A beautiful 17th century harbour, this was featured in the recent Outlander tv series. Its well worth a visit for some scenic views, the water is an incredible blue/green. I’d check out the wall thats on the opposite side of this view, its just full of character and could be good for a picture in itself!
Kingsbarns Distillery a whisky distillery in a restored nineteenth century farm. Its got an unusual style looking like an old fort with its miniature fortified towers. Its has the original doocot which I didn’t have time to check out when I visited but would love to check out further when I go again.
A secret bunker that was to accommodate Scotland’s parliament in the event of a nuclear war. It got decommissioned as recently in 1992.
Be careful the sat nav positioned it in the middle of a field, I chatted to a farmer nearby and he told me folk have still kept driving over the grass hoping to find it. Nevertheless its around the corner and is heavily sign posted, always wise to question your sat navs!
I didn’t have the courage to descend 100ft to check out the bunker so made do with the outside of the building.
Hill of Tarvit designed by Sir Robert Larimer with an original 9-hole hickory club golf course (1924).