Dalgety Bay

Dalgety Bay is a small community on the Fife coast between Inverkeithing and Aberdour. With easy access to the Fife Coastal Path this is a great location for walks along the coast with panoramic views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.

The bay was named after the original village of Dalgety, but the ruins of the 12th century St Bridget’s Kirk are all that now mark the site. The new town, of which building started in 1965, takes its name from the main bay it adjoins, but the town stretches over many bays and coves including Donibristle Bay and St David’s Bay. The root of the place-name Dalgety is the Scottish Gaelic word dealg, ‘thorn’, and the full name originally meant ‘the place of the thorn bushes.

The town is a commuter town of Edinburgh with good road and rail access. The town is a regular winner of the Best Kept Small Town awards.


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