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Public toilets

There are many public toilets throughout Fife.

Please see this list of all public toilets in Fife.

Six of these toilet blocks are attended facilities that are located in the larger towns of Burntisland, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Anstruther, Cupar, and St Andrews. There is a 30p admission charge to use these facilities.

We lease five Automatic Public Conveniences (APCs) which are located in North Queensferry, Kinghorn, Rosyth, and two in Dunfermline. There is also a 30p charge to use these facilities.

The Fife Coast and Countryside Trust manage a range of public toilet blocks along the route of the Fife Coastal Path. More information on the locations and the opening hours of the facilities is available on their Travel and Information page.

The remaining toilets are unattended. These are located in smaller settlements and are free to use.

For more information and access to public disabled toilets and radar keys, please visit the Where to access a Radar Key page.