5Became a Royal Burgh In 1178
Crail is a beautiful and quiet commune in Scotland, where many tourists have found happiness and adventure. The place has existed since the late Iron Age and offers plenty of quality history, which can be seen from the remains of the ancient buildings. Before going to Crail, here are the five most interesting things about the place you ought to know. Due to its importance in the economy of the region, Crail was made a Royal Burgh in the year 1178, during the reign of King William the Lion. With this comes the power to hold markets on Sundays and many other benefits, including having some form of monopoly over foreign trade. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!