There are many local paths and walks around the village but some highlights a little further afield are:

Heritage Paths

Waterless road A medieval road from Muirhead to Ceres; this is now incorporated into the Pilgrims Way.

Cupar to Kennoway road A medieval road that runs from Muirhead to the A914 near Cupar.

Ceres Coal Roads A series of old coal roads that connect the local villages and hamlets to the east of Ceres.

Fife Pilgrims Way

A New walking route through Fife is the Fife Pilgrims Way; Like the Fife Coastal Path path this can be done in sections or as one mutli-day walk.
Starting at Culross and North Queensferry, the 104 km (64 mile) path takes in spectacular views of the Highlands, the Coast, Forth and Tay Estuaries and the Lomond Hills. It passes medieval landmarks, industrial landscapes and historic picturesque villages on its way to St Andrews. Like the coastal path this can be done in sections or as one mutli-day walk.

Ceres is one of the gateways on the pathway so whether you want a day trip or are completing a full journey then this is a good place to start!

Walks around Fife

There is a great resources for walking in Fife; one great local walk  is the Hill of Tarvit.