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Newark Castle
East Neuk of Fife - St Monans, Fife, Scotland
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Another view of Newark Castle, St Monans, Fife. The castle is directly on the Fife Coastal Path, about half a mile west of St Monans. The easiest way to reach the ruins is to park at the Auld Kirk in St Monans (signposted) and take the coastal path at the foot of the church wall. The path leads along the cliffs, past a lovely old doocot, to the castle.

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