Your first stop today is a slight detour to Dunfermline Palace & Abbey, but trust us, it’s well worth it. Not only are the towering mediaeval buildings impressive, but it’s the place where King Robert the Bruce’s body is buried.
After soaking up the mediaeval atmosphere of Dunfermline, it’s time to hit the road again. Don’t worry, as it’s only a short twenty-minute drive until your next break from driving at Aberdour Castle. Built in the 1100s, Aberdour is thought to be the oldest standing castle in Scotland. Enjoy a wander in the tranquil gardens and take a short stroll to the beautiful Aberdour Silver Sands beach.
Any art fans may want to take a trip to the nearby Kirkcaldy galleries, which showcase the work of renowned artist John Vettriano, originally from Fife, alongside excellent collections by other artists. It is also home to the Moments in Time exhibition, which whisks viewers from 300 million years ago to today.
After a busy day, pitch your campervan at Silverburn Park Campsite, just west of Leven. Set on the grounds of Silverburn Park, the surrounding area offers a range of coastal and woodland walks.