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The weather in Pittenweem
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is February.
Find your own quaint holiday cottage in the village of Pittenweem
Pittenweem is a pretty fishing village in East Neuk of Fife, an area of Scotland which has always been popular with travellers. The villages in this area are home to lots of cosy holiday cottages – and if you're lucky, you might even be able to book one with a sea view!
Fife castles and gardens
Kellie's Castle, a few miles inland from Pittenweem, is a great destination for visitors who enjoy fine interiors and ornate furniture, though the 14th century structure also boasts a fine garden. The Victorian Cambo Gardens is another great place for a stroll; the woodland paths gently lead visitors to the beautiful beach at Kingsbarns.
Family fun on the open sea
Anstruther Cruises run regular trips off the coast of Fife and out to the Isle of May in Firth of Forth. Kids will love exploring this rugged island, home to puffins in the spring and seals later in the summer.
If the weather is poor, you can find out about Scottish sea life indoors at the St Andrews Aquarium, which features shark tanks and daily opportunities to get up close and personal with some of their aquatic residents.
Explore East Neuk
Inland from Pittenweem, you can visit one of Scotland's best kept secrets – the Secret Bunker. This is an underground network of tunnels and rooms which would have been used as the Scottish command centre in the event of nuclear attack during the Cold War.
Along the coast in Anstruther, you can learn about East Neuk's long connection to the sea at the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Or, you can head north to the larger town of St Andrews, home of the British Golf Museum and the famous Old Course. Holidaymakers can have a go on the green and putt at the Old Course for just a few pounds.
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