Lower Largo, a picturesque fishing village in Fife, Scotland, is not only known for its scenic coastal beauty but also for its historical connection to the famous mariner Alexander Selkirk, who inspired Daniel Defoe’s novel “Robinson Crusoe.”
The village, with its charming cottages, sandy beach, and picturesque harbor, offers visitors a glimpse into traditional coastal life in Scotland. The connection to Alexander Selkirk is celebrated with a statue of him in the village.
The beach, known as Selkirk’s Beach, is a popular spot for relaxation and seaside walks. Visitors can explore the coastal path, which provides stunning sea views and leads to nearby villages, making it a delightful destination for coastal strolls.