- Beach info
- Beach Map & Location
Firstaid, Shops, Cafe, Leisurecentre, Slipway, Promenade, Disability, Lifeguard, Coastalpath, Toilets
Fishing, Windsurfing, Surfing, Golf, Swimming, Jetskiing, Golf, Crazygolf
Nature and Wildlife
The beach is connected to the Fife Coastal Path which runs the entire Fife coast line from the Forth Bridge to the Tay Bridge.
Parking Available / Paid Parking Zones /
Cleaning and Litter
The beach is cleaned twice weekly. during the summer season a daily handpick is carried out. litter bins and dog bins present. Under con.
Dog owners are encouraged to adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access code and keep dogs under control at all times.
Beach Awards and Information
Blue Flag Beach
Green Coast Award
Tourist information Centre in Fife are located in:/ Anstruther. Scottish Fisheries Museum. Anstruther Tel: +44 (0) 1333 311 073 / Crail. Museum & Heritage Centre.62 - 64 Marketgate. Crail Tel: +44 (0) 1333 450 869 / Dunfermline. 13/15 Maygate. Dunfermline
Where is Burntisland Beach?
Fife / Burntisland
Access to Burntisland is via the A921 by car/bus. The beach is 10 minutes walk from the train station.
The nearest train station is Burntisland train station. The Fife inner circle line serves this station. The inner circle line runs between Edinburgh and Glenrothes with Thornton via Fife's coastal towns and villages. Trains run frequently througho
We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.
- 100 +