Railway links, golf courses, sea-bathing and beautiful scenery brought about a tourist boom in Lundin Links which lasted many decades. Several large boarding houses were built and elaborate descriptions of the area were often to be found in newspapers, books and advertisements. For example, this part of Largo Bay was described as the "Scottish Riviera", compared to the Bay of Naples and, in the article which accompanied the above drawing, described as "...unparalleled perhaps in the Lowland scenery of Scotland".
This blog is about the history of the villages of Lundin Links, Lower Largo and Upper Largo in Fife, Scotland. Comments and contributions from readers are very welcome!
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