Things to do in Low Torry, Fife
Low Torry is set beside the Forth, below an area rich in wildlife with woodlands playing host to a wide variety of birds and animals.
From within the village, alongside the estuary, you can see Preston Island where monks once made a living by panning salt. A stroll along the foot road that runs alongside the Forth will take you to the 'Bleachie'. This is a small plot of land with a burn running through it that is a popular spot with picnickers.
Continuing along this road for roughly one mile will take you to Crombie Point - an attractive spot which was a busy harbour in the 1700s, serving the needs of varied local industry.
Low Torry has a lovely little church nestled into the side of the road as you are coming into the village from Dunfermline. There are a few bars and hotels in the village too, along with assorted bed and breakfast establishments.
Description by Kate Paton
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