Parts of the Ceres to Craigtoun section of the Fife Pilgrim Way pass close to farm steadings. Please take care in case of farm machinery or livestock, and dogs should be kept on a lead. Before starting the walk please be aware of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, which provides a range of information including seasonal advice.
Ceres is a peaceful picturesque place to stop, with its Fife Folk Museum, cafés and local shops. Stop at the 17th-century Bishop’s Bridge, probably named after a murdered clergyman, which now offers a peaceful place to rest and take in the surrounding views. Watch out for the Dippers which fly up and down the Ceres Burn.
Ceres Car Park includes interpretation panels and seasonal public toilets. Read more about the brutal murder of Archbishop James Sharp in The Story of Fife Pilgrim Kingdom.