Fife is located between the Firth of Forth to the south, and the Tay to the north. Across the Tay lies the City of Dundee, while Scotland's capital city Edinburgh is on the far side of the Forth. Fife itsef houses several major Scottish towns including Kirkcaldy, the new town of Glenrothes and Dunfermline.
In addition to these three towns, Fife also houses St Andrews on its north-eastern shore. This town is world famous both for its ancient university and for its golf courses – it is often referred to as the home of golf. Other towns in the county of Fife include Cowdenbeath, Rosyth and the former county town Cupar. The Forth Road Bridge connects the county with Edinburgh to the south.
Fife is often referred to as the Kingdom of Fife. Its cultural attractions for those seeking to buy flats in Fife include Ravenscraig Castle, St Andrews' Stanza poetry festival and the abbeys of Balmerino and Culross. Wherever in the 'Kingdom' you're looking for flats or rental properties in Fife, searching through Lettingweb brings you the assurance that you are only seeing homes represented by recognised letting agents, meaning you're safe from any worries about troublesome 'rogue' landlords.