The Tayport Heritage Trail takes you around the highlights of Tayport’s history.
Tentsmuir Forest contains many trails for walking, cycling and horse riding. The terrain is generally fairly level, and the coastal boundary comprises dunes and a large sandy beach, which stretches 4 miles from Tentsmuir Point to the mouth of the River Eden.
The main tracks are wide and with a surface of either gravel or sand and grass, and in the unlikely even of forestry operations are vehicle free. There are narrower cyclable tracks as well as narrow footpaths throughout the forest.
Interesting locations are the Ice House and the Polish Army Camp.
The main centre for the forest is at Kinshaldy, which is the easiest access point for the beach. There is a large car park, childrens play area and café/creperie.