Located in the county of Fife on Scotland’s east coast, the town of Kirkcaldy is a mid-sized settlement just over ten miles north of the national capital Edinburgh.
Close to town, Ravenscraig Castle is a stunning example of 15th century Scottish artillery defence. Although today the castle is mostly in ruins, it remains a popular attraction Kirkcaldy not least because of the excellent views across the sea that the area offers visitors.
Beveridge Park is a large landscaped area of Kirkcaldy that is something of a hotbed for local varieties of flower. Featuring a boating pond, picnic areas and more, this park is firmly at the centre of leisure and family life in Kirkcaldy.
The Firth of the Forth Estuary is close to Kirkcaldy and offers stunning views, especially of the iconic Forth Bridge which crosses the water here.
Throughout the community, from Wemyssfield to Hayfield to Pathhead, Floom’s Kirkcaldy flower delivery covers every inch of this historic town.