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The Weather in Elie
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Elie, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 1°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Elie holiday cottages promise horseback rides on the Scottish coast
Elie accommodations position you perfectly for coastal horseback hikes as the sun sets, island hopping, and visits to enthralling cultural hotspots. Trace Scotch history from its earliest origins, or experience the immense diversity of life that teems on the country's coastline.
Reel in Scottish heritage
The multi-award winning Scottish Fisheries Museum explores angling from all angles. Discover a traditional Fisherman's Cottage, and explore mass fishing technology and earlier fishing paraphernalia.
St Andrews Museum is situated in the leafy environs of Kinburn Park. Here, you can trace the heritage of St Andrews, from medieval to modern times. A series of talks, workshops, and concerts ensure that no visit is exactly the same.
At Scholland Equestrian at Kilconquhar, bespoke horseriding hacks are yours for the riding. Meet the Fell Ponies that are part of the Duke of Edinburgh's driving team, and discover an internationally renowned equestrian centre. Beach rides last two hours and include an introductory lesson and tacking up.
Dive beneath the surface of the world's oceans at St Andrews Aquarium, and discover a whole new watery world. You'll meet some of the most enthralling creatures on Earth, and have unforgettable experiences, like watching waddling Humbolt penguins, springy poison dart frogs, and spectacular lionfish floating serenely about.
Rowing and rides
Go rowing on the mirror-like lake at Craigtoun Country Park, or take a Puffin Billy Tractor Ride around its circumference. You can also ride on Scotland's oldest miniature railway in this picturesque park.
Meanwhile, at the Scottish Seabird Centre, you can see puffins and porpoises in their natural environment. The lives of these remarkable Scottish nationals are captured by underwater cameras and broadcast on huge screens, providing endless entertainment. In the summer months, take a Seabird Safari boat ride to spy the world's largest gannet colony.
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