St Margaret Journey

Simplicity of Heart

Between Edinburgh, Dunfermline and St Andrews you experience the riches of Celtic and medieval heritage, by sea and land, harbour and village. Margaret’s is a pathway of meditation and devotion. At the centre of Europe’s royal establishment, she was made a refugee by William the Conqueror, but was welcomed by Malcolm Canmore to his seagirt kingdom.

Route length: 132 miles

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