From this Google Street view as you pan round 360 degrees you can see the harbour, Crail and beyond to the North Sea. As you pan to the right there is an area for free parking or to the left a road down to the village and harbour. Crail is the oldest East Neuk Burgh, and became a Royal Burgh in the 12th century. In 1310 Robert the Bruce granted permission for Crail to hold markets on Sunday - always a contentious point with the Reformers.
Parking is abundant in this area with many places free of charge
Google street view from West Braes Crescent, Fife, Scotland, leading to Anstruther Road.
Photograph of Crail harbour and the local fishing fleet. Best to come early in the morning as it is a very busy tourist attraction in the summer months. It is not permitted to bring cars to the harbour. See below for areas in the town to park.
Photograph of Crail Cottages showing the traditional crow stepped gables and Fife stone.