Dalgety Bay

Dalgety Bay is a coastal town and parish in the Kingdom of Fife.  The town is home to over 10,000 residents, making it the eighth largest place in Fife.  The Fife Coastal Path runs through Dalgety Bay following the shoreline of the Firth of Forth.


The Bay was named after the original village of Dalgety, the ruins of St Bridget’s Kirk remain at the site of the old village.  The new town built in 1962 has grown since then and now covers the area of Donibristle and St David’s Bay.

Dalgety Bay is a popular place of residence with commuters working in Edinburgh.  Improved transport links to the capital has increased its popularity as a coastal town.



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