Lundin Links Beach
Lundin Links is an attractive, quiet, sandy beach offering excellent views out onto the Firth of Forth. Whilst it is mostly sandy, it becomes rockier opposite the village of Lundin Links and towards Lower Largo.
There is some roadside parking alongside Links Road; about 100 meters back from the beach, which can be reached along a path that passes through the golf club. For facilities such as shops and places to eat, Lower Largo village centre is close by. There are also some shops at the eastern end of Links Road.
Lundin Links is best known for golf. The Lundin Golf Club backs the beach. Lundin Ladies’ Golf Club is the oldest women’s club in the world. The area is also popular for walkers, with the 117-mile Fife Coastal Path passing the beach. Dogs are banned during the summer months.
Type of beach
Sand & rock
Dogs friendly beach?
We do not have information on this beach but restrictions may apply (usually from Easter until the end of Summer)
- Crazy golf/putting
OS grid ref.
NO 4060 0226
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