Lundin Links


A resort and dormitory town in the East Neuk of Fife, situated on Largo Bay adjacent to Lower Largo. It largely developed as a 19th Century suburban extension of Lower Largo accommodating holiday makers, but takes its name from the Lundin family who were granted land here in the 12th century. In addition to a fine beach, Lundin Links has tennis courts, bowling greens, a putting green and 18 hole and 9 hole golf courses. Within the grounds of the Lundin Ladies Golf Club are located the three Lundin Links standing stones which date from the 2nd millennium BC.

Lundin Links had a station on the Fife Coast Railway, which opened in 1857 but closed in 1965.

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