Anstruther is a great seaside village, with a wide range of shops and places to eat, including the famous Anstruther Fish Bar.
The history of the village and the harbour is displayed in the Scottish Fisheries Museum, which lies right on the harbour front.
Once a thriving fishing port it nows relies heavily on tourism and pleasure craft, as can be seen by the craft in the harbour.
There are stories behind many of the buildings in Anstruther and the one that stands out most is the Buckie House, on the corner just before crossing the Dreel burn from West Anstruther. The house was covered in shells by Alex Batchelor last century, who supposedly used to charge a penny to see his coffin which was also covered in shells.
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