The Isle of May
The Isle of May is a stunning place to visit. A National Nature Reserve and home to a huge puffin colony, grey seals, razorbills, shags, eider ducks and other seabirds, the island also has fabulous cliff scenery and a fascinating history. Commercial boat trips operate from 1st April to end of September from Anstruther and usually give 2 - 3 hours ashore on the island to enjoy the walk.
Marked grassy paths; care is needed near to unprotected cliff edges. Visitors are asked to keep to the paths to avoid crushing puffin burrows.
Bus to Anstruther, then ferries to the island.
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