Fife Coastal Path
Lower Largo is one of the prettiest East Neuk fishing villages which has retained its character from years gone by.
Many of the houses and cottages have been restored by their owners but still have the character of yesteryear.
The Costal Path runs parallel to the shore and follows what once was the coastal railway, it is accessible from a number of points in the village and is level for walking along distance.
For the photographer there can be some spectacular views over the Firth of Forth and its coastline.
The Coastal Path
From the Forth to the Tay. The Fife Coastal Path runs (approx 81 miles) along the coastline commencing at the Forth Bridge at North Queensferry on the out skirts of Edinburgh, northwards to the Tay Bridge at the gateway to Dundee. A range of walking abilities are catered for , from the extremely level and easy to the more challenging - there's something for everybody. For more information visit the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust web site at: www.fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk
Between 300 and 350 million years ago, it was an active volcano. At 965 feet (290 metres) high, its summit offers superb views of the River Forth and the Fife coastline.
Through the summer months a variety of wild plants grow on its slopes giving a splash of colour - look out for Tormentil and the Spotted-Orchid or Ragged Robin. With the wild plants there are a number of small animals and Birds such as Buzzards frequently visiting.
Please take time to read the interesting notice board at the entrance to the Law in the Car park next to the local cemetery.