September 2006 has seen the formal opening of the Harbour Masters House in Dysart as a visitor attraction. This will also be the new headquarters for the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust.
Within the building there will be panels and photos helping the visitor to understand and interpret the Coastal Path and surrounding areas. For the younger visitor there are technology driven interest.
To round off the visit there is a cafe within the building offering the walker refreshments.
Hours will be limited out of the main holiday period .
A review of the Levenmouth area as it relates to Tourism has been commissioned by various Fife agencies and recently (summer 2006) the findings of the consultants review have been published under the title "A Tourism Action Plan fo Levenmouth". This has been undertaken by Jura Consultants from Loanhead.
This is a comprehensive review and points out how much importance the Fife Coastal Path is to the regeneration of this areas tourism economy. It also suggests that there are actions both in the short, medium, and long terms that could impact on the walking experience on this section of the way if the local private business could come together in the form of a business forum.
Interested parties might want to contact the consultants via e-mail.
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