Welcome to Lower Largo, Fife Scotland.
Lower Largo situated at the mouth of the River Keil on the Firth of Forth is an attractive holiday Village. It is an ideal base for touring Fife and the East Coast Villages of the East Neuk.
Lower Largo grew as a herring fishing village and later as a manufacturer of fishing nets. Today, many fishing and pleasure boats can still be found in the harbour.
The river Keil flows into the Firth of Forth at the point where a pier and small harbour has been built. To the West side of the pier are an attractive collection of fishing cottages and houses. To the East is the Crusoe Hotel and the older part of the village. The houses and cottages on Main Street back directly onto the sea, stopped by sturdy stone walls. As tide goes out, miles of sandy beaches stretch East and West hugging the shore line of the Firth of Forth.
Main Street in Lower Largo at first floor level has a statue of Alexander Selkirk whose story was used by Daniel Defoe in the Famous story of Robinson Crusoe.
We hope our site will be helpful if you are staying or plan to tour Lower Largo or the surrounding areas. Follow the links , where to eat, shop, have a beer, find a self catering holiday cottages, what to do and see, places to visit.
Enjoy your Tour of Lower Largo Scotland.
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