St Monans Holiday Park is an Abbeyford Leisure owned and run holiday retreat on the picturesque Fife coast. The park has holiday homes for hire and for purchase, as well as welcoming guests with touring caravans and tents.
All the holiday homes at St Monans Holiday Park are modern and fitted with the best conveniences and appliances, while also being hooked up to all the necessary utilities. Touring caravan pitches are available on grass or hardstanding, while the tent pitches give a true back to basics camping experience. Facilities available on the park include washrooms and a laundrette.
A short walk takes guests into the tranquil village of St Monans, where they will find convenience stores for stocking up on holiday essentials as well as a range of pubs and restaurants to get something to eat and drink.
As well as these local amenities, there is plenty to see and do in the village. The beach is beautiful and great for relaxing family days out. Ample space is available for guests looking to enjoy beach sports such as cricket and football, while the sea is suitable for swimming, paddling and fishing.
Keen anglers can hire a boat or even head out into the North Sea with a local fisherman, as well as enjoy fishing in the waterways of the surrounding area.
Also in St Monans is a 9th century church, the recently restored St Monans windmill, and the fishing harbour where local boats come and go all day. Many guests love finding a restaurant where they can enjoy freshly caught seafood.
Guests looking to explore the wider area will find the Fife Coastal Path right outside the park, giving the opportunity to explore miles of rugged and unspoiled coastline. There are many more beaches and charming villages to be discovered in the region, all of them with their own story to tell.
St Monans Holiday Park is a wonderful place for a families to stay in the heart of Fife on their camping and caravan holidays in Scotland.
Things to do in Fife
Many people visit Scotland for the natural beauty and the wildlife. Fife is a popular region for birdwatchers, and wildlife lovers can easily indulge in their passion either close to St Monans Holiday Park or by walking out into the countryside. A range of native bird species live in the area throughout the year, while several migratory birds can be spotted as the seasons change, too.
Scotland is known as the home of golf, and there are several world-class courses in Fife and close to the park. A short drive to the north takes guests to St Andrews, arguably the most famous golfing venue of all, which is also a wonderful village where everyone should spend a day. Those preferring the world-famous venues can drive north across the Tay and discover Carnoustie – it is about an hour from this caravan park by car.
The city of Dundee is also found across the Tay, about 50 minutes from this site, while a shorter, 40-minute drive south along the coast will take you to the popular coastal town of Kirkcaldy.