Seascape Largo is situated in the Temple area of the historic coastal village of Lower Largo. It is so named because it was thought to have been linked to the Knights Templar.
We are a stone’s throw from Largo Bay’s sandy beach and also the Fife Coastal Path so loved by walkers and bird watchers. A 5 minute walk takes you to Lower Largo’s heart, where lies a historic, river-mouth harbour dating back to the fifteeenth century.
Lower Largo is also famous due to the seafarer Alexander Selkirk, whose adventures were used by Daniel Defoe as the inspiration for his novel “Robinson Crusoe”. Selkirk’s statue stands on the site of the cottage in which he was born.
Nearby are the historic towns of St Andrews and Falkland. Also close by are the World Class golf courses – Lundin Links, St Andrews and Kingsbarns.