The village of Crail is a picturesque little settlement in East Neuk of Fife, Scotland where the Firth of Forth meets the North Sea. It used to be a bustling fishing village but the industry has suffered over the years. Its charm lies in the red-tiled roofs and whitewash houses and harbour. The best views are from Anstruther Road looking down to the harbour or from Crail Castle.
Dunino Den, near St.Andrews. The big rock in the foreground has a couple of features on it which were supposedly used by druids in their pre-christian ceremonies - a biggish pothole and supposedly two (although I could ony find one) foot-shaped depressions. There are also numerous celtic carvings all over the place. One of the more interesting and mysterious places in the east of Fife that I've found.
Dunino Den (Sacred Well) on The Modern Antiquarian, the UK & Ireland's most popular megalithic community website. 11 images, 7 fieldnotes, 5 pieces of folklore, 1 weblink, plus information on many more ancient sites nearby and across the UK & Ireland.