Sign In | Join now! It's free!Help |

Saint Andrews Attractions

4.0 stars
All | Golf Course | Church, Cathedral, Chapel | Stadium, Sports Arena | Beach | Shopping | Castle, Fortification, Palace | Museum, Gallery, Exhibition | Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park
Old Course at St. Andrews 5.0 stars
Stadium, Sports Arena - #1 of 11
Fancy experiencing a bit of golf at St Andrews? Can't play to save your life? Fear not, my friends - the answer is at hand in the Himalayas putting green. It's hugely entertaining, with 18 holes of devillish fun, and costs only a few measly ... [more ]
The New Course 5.0 stars
Golf Course - #2 of 11
If you're looking for a first class golf experience, but haven't been able to get a tee time on the Old Course, you need look no further than The New Course (New being a relative term; the course was built in 1895). Many would argue that the New ... [more ]
Jubilee Course 5.0 stars
Golf Course - #3 of 11
Named for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897, the course has gone through many changes over the years, starting as a 12-hole course for ladies and beginners, it's now the most difficult of the seven links courses in St. Andrews. With its ... [more ]
Bouquiniste 5.0 stars
Shopping - #4 of 11
Booklovers like me will automatically seek out the best bookshop in town as soon as they arrive. In St. Andrews that would have to be Bouquiniste, on Market Street. The store itself isn’t large, but they’ve managed to fit a ton of books onto ... [more ]
St. Andrew's Day 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #5 of 11
Every year on 30 November, St. Andrews celebrates the festival of its patron saint. If you can make it to St. Andrews on this day, you will be well-rewarded for your trouble. Places that are otherwise off-limits to visitors, such as the Royal ... [more ]
Cathedral 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #6 of 11
St. Andrews Cathedral is actually a ruin, but a spectacular ruin well worth seeing. In the first place, entry is free, so it won't cost you anything but time, and your time will be well spent. The Cathedral was at one time the largest in ... [more ]
West Sands 4.0 stars
Beach - #7 of 11
The West Sands in St. Andrews is a wonderful place to spend a sunny afternoon. The beach is wide and flat and the sand is soft, the waves are small, and although you have to be quite brave to spend much time in the North Sea, it's a pleasure to ... [more ]
St. Rule's Tower 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #8 of 11
St. Rule's Tower is a landmark in St. Andrews. From whichever route you approach the burgh, you can see this square tower dominating the skyline. It is the oldest remaining part of the Cathedral, dating from the twelfth century, and it provides ... [more ]
Saint Andrews 3.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #9 of 11
As I drove along the green mountains and hills of Scotland, I expected that I would be following these natural country roads for days at a time, occasionally spotting a house or two along the way. This thought was true, at least, until I passed ... [more ]
The Eden Course 3.0 stars
Golf Course - #10 of 11
A more forgiving (and much cheaper) course than the Old, New, and Jubilee, the Eden is still a fun course to play. With less gorse and more trees, this course has more of a country feel to it. The course's most aesthetically pleasing aspect ... [more ]
Castle 2.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #11 of 11
The Castle at St. Andrews is mostly derelict, with a few towers and cellars still intact. Everything is open to the elements, and the sea which beats against the cliffs below has taken its toll over the years. Nevertheless, this is an ... [more ]
About us | Terms and Conditions | Imprint

Copyright © 2006-2017 Paperball GmbH and their respective owners - All Rights Reserved.