- Sleep…at the historic Old Course Hotel but expect a slightly corporate atmosphere
- Experience…a traditional Gaelic dance performance at Forgan’s
- Splurge…on a round of golf with a PGA professional at the Old Course
- Eat…at the charming Doll’s House or the upscale Adamson in town
- Drink…tea at Rufflets, which has been in the same family for three generations
- Savor…a walk along the Fife coastal path that runs 80 miles
- Visit…the University of St Andrews, the third oldest English-speaking university
- See…the view of town from the top of St Rule’s Tower
- Shop…for Scottish staples like cashmere sweaters and wellies
- Know…that as an Indagare member you can contact our Bookings Team for customized recommendations, expert guides and tailored itineraries.
Lay of the Land
Swathed in shades of emerald, the ancient town is bordered on one side by the blue/black North Sea and on all others by golf courses and rolling hills. The University of St Andrews is spread throughout the town, but is mostly concentrated near the coast. Visitors and locals flock to the shops and restaurants on Market Street, which stretches across St Andrews’ historic center. Most of the golf courses St Andrews is so famous for are on the edge of town, but are easily reachable by a 10-minute or so car ride.