Explore West and Central Fife. Visit dramatic film and TV locations as used in Outlander. Easy paced ride on roads and cycle paths with some climbs. The start location and order of visits can be altered to suit your itinerary. If you do not want to tour in a group, individual or couple only tours are available as well as a tandem bike hire
You will be accommodated in bed and breakfasts or hotels wherever vacancies are available. You will stay in Aberdour on the first night, Falkland on the second night, and Dysart on the third night.
Culross stands in for Cranesmuir and Castle Leoch in series one. Also in series one, the Palace Withdrawing room and gardens were used. In series two, the Palace Courtyard and stairway was used as a village encampment. The ruins of the West Kirk were used as the Black Kirk, so no mushroom picking.
The next stop is the thirteenth century Aberdour Castle which was Anne de Beaupre's monastery in series two. You will see the old kitchen and long gallery which were used in the filming. You can also take some time to wander around the gardens. You then head to that evening's accommodation.
Balgonie is a medieval privately-owned castle. It appeared in series one as Eldridge Manor, home of the MacRannochs. Situated just outside Markinch, visitors to the castle includes King James IV, Mary Queen of Scots, and Rob Roy MacGregor.
Featuring in series one and two, several locations in the village were used. Farrell's Hardware store is easily recognizable even in its twenty-first-century colors of Fayre Earth. Across the road from Farrell's is Campbell's coffee house where you can stop for some refreshments.
The final location you shall visit is Dysart Harbor. Dysart Harbor plays the port of Le Havre in series two and is also a Saint Germain warehouse.
This tour is very flexible and can be done on a daily basis from a central location or as a tour moving B&B every day. Please contact Scottish Bike Touring for the itinerary arrangement.
Jim is a keen cyclist and dedicated knowledgeable guide who loves to show off his country to visitors. The tours are client-driven and short days mean you will have loads of time for detours. The aim is that you enjoy the country as much as he does. He is also a trained first aider, trail cycle guide, and ride leader.
The cycling holiday will be held in Scotland, UK. It will cover places including Culross, Aberdour, Balgonie Castle, Falkland Village, and Dysart harbor. When you are not cycling, there are lots of other things to do in this most spectacular places.
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