Crail is a town with 1,639 inhabitants. It lies on the Scottish peninsula Fife. The former royal castle was built in the 12th century. But Crail operating in the 9th century brisk trade with the continent. the place originally lived from fishing. Although you can still buy fish at the picturesque small harbor today, Crail is primarily a tourist attraction today. The lovely St. Mary's Church was built also in the 12th century, a market cross in the 17th century. On the beach next to the port can be found fossilized trees from the Carboniferous. * Port * House on the harbor * Views of the harbor