Lower Largo a village located in Fife, Scotland lies on the north of the Firth of Forth.
This ancient fishing village was the birth place of the famous Scottish sailor Alenxander Selkirk.The village attracts visitors from all over the world with the charm of its sandy beach and the 20th century houses which covers the whole village.
The Upper Largo lies near to the Lower Largo and adds to its beauty. It is evident that the village got many names over the years including Nether Largo, Seatown Largo and Largow Burnemouth. Keil Burn is also close to Lower Largo and flows to the Firth of Forth. In the 1800s there was a steam ferry service in Lower Largo which connected to Newhaven near Leth. It also connected a coach which ran to the southern terminus of the Tay Ferry to Dundee in Newport-on-Tay.
Take a sun bath in the beach or can enjoy golfing in the golf club which was established here in 1800s. Other than that it was also known for producing fishing nets. The Lower Largo Harbour is a best place to enjoy in a boat trip viewing all the houses made along its shores. Or can stroll down the streets and explore this village closely. One can also find the statue of Alexander Selkirk in here. There are also few hotels with an ancient look the Crusoe Hotel and Lundin Link Hotel both built in the old building serves a great place to stay in Lower Largo.
Lower Largo Hotels & Accommodation
The Crusoe Inn has the best position in town right on harbour and has a good bar and food. They offer deals through the year. see Eating out for website address.