Tayside, Central and Fife
Discover what living in one of our new homes in Tayside, Central and Fife is like. Use our guide to the key cities, famous landmarks, special landscapes and things to do as your starting point.
The iconic Forth Bridge is the grand gateway to this region and to the location for your new home. Leaving Edinburgh behind, it reaches up towards the Cairngorms, part of the UK’s largest National Park. With the Highlands on the horizon, and two of Scotland’s great rivers, the Tay and the Forth, flowing into the North Sea either side of the Fife Peninsular, Tayside, Central and Fife is an area of great contrasts and the great outdoors.
The adventure starts with selecting your chosen county and the towns within it. Discover where our new homes in Tayside, Central and Fife are and make an exciting move.
Tayside, Central and Fife’s counties
This region includes the counties of Angus, Fife, Perth & Kinross, taking in the Fife Peninsular, Loch Leven, the River Tay and the East coast as far as Montrose.
Cities in Tayside, Central and Fife
Dundee, Perth and Stirling are the regional cities, with the towns of Arbroath, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kinross, Kirkcaldy, Pitlochry, Montrose, and St Andrews as their support team.
Landmarks in Tayside, Central and Fife
Glamis Castle in Angus is the custodian of a thousand years of Scottish history so it’s a major landmark as well as the historic setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The striking design of the V & A Dundee is a cultural landmark you can’t miss.
Landscapes Tayside, Central and Fife
The River Tay creates its own landscape as the longest river in Scotland. The Fife peninsular has a landscape of beaches, while Loch Leven and the Lomond Hills Regional Park give you a taste of what Scotland is all about.
Things to do in Tayside, Central and Fife
From the golf courses and beaches of Fife to the V & A Dundee, from Captain Scott’s Antarctic expedition ship to the excitement of Deep Sea World – Scotland’s National Aquarium, there’s something for everyone.