Devilla Forest


Devilla Forest

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The name 'Devilla' is said to come from the Gaelic 'dubh' and 'eilean' meaning 'Black Island' The forest has a long history of occupation and use. Prehistoric coffins, stone circles and Roman urns have been found in different parts of the forest. Devilla forest is composed chiefly of Scots Pine and has an extensive network of paths and forest roads. Devilla is popular with walkers and cyclists, and cycle routes within the forest form part of the Kingdom of Fife Cycle way. The forest is an excellent place to see wildlife, including birds of prey and red squirrels.


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