St Monans on the web

All about St Monans - links to more information about all aspects of the village ... and its blog aims to be your first port of call and the most comprehensive website for information on St Monans.St Monans

If you want to search for St Monans information elsewhere on the web, note that it can also be spelt "St Monance". 

St Monans is the more common and the locally preferred spelling, but for some reason many maps and government sites such as Historic Scotland use St Monance.

search Google - Yahoo - Google images

look on Wikipedia - fifedirect

Live Search aerial view

Gazetteer for Scotland

LandmarksSt Monans Kirk

Hotels, restaurants and accommodation

Local organisations


Famous Simminancers

More information
  • - full of fascinating information about St Monans, boatbuilding, and the life of John Cunningham, born 1917 (now via wayback machine, since no longer online when last checked)

  • St Monans in books
launching a boat


  • Forever Beautiful Beauty Salon
    13 Forth Street St Monans KY10 2AU / 01333 730820
    For all your beauty therapy treatments, nail services including manicures, pedicures, CND Shellac, Gellish, French gel,Acrylics and extensions; waxing treatments; facials; eyelash treatments; spray tans plus massage; reflexology; Bach flower remedies; reiki healing energy; meditation; coaching/mentoring and more 'Treatments that make you feel good inside and out' We also have a small range of candles, skincare and aromatherapy gifts 
Newark Castle

Seafood suppliers include

If you would like a link on this page (or a page on this website) for your local organisation or business, please send your details to
This website and the associated facebook page and twitter feed were set up by Dave Smith for the use of the St Monans community.

The website is run by Dave and George Brown, and Dave and Vicki Salvage run the facebook page.
Dave also looks after other websites (enquiries welcome).

These include his wildlife and landscape photo blog. Many of the photographs are taken locally, and some are now available as prints and cards from his business, Imagenic.