Downtown Dunedin reflects the rich American and Scottish heritage of its founding fathers. This charming quaint charming town was one the oldest town south of Cedar Key and one of Florida's chief seaport and trading centers.
Dunedin's quality of life is linked to its appreciation of its diverse and colorful past, and to the country that helped shape its future, Scotland. In commemoration of its ancestral ties Dunedin has chosen Stirling, Scotland, as its sister city.
Dunedin became incorporated as a town in 1899 in response to numerous complaints about pigs running rampant in the settlement, leading to a still-standing ban on livestock within city limits.
With the pigs you are sure to find a great Bar-B-Que joint within the Dunedin city limits. One thing you will not find are restaurant chains.
With a variety of culinary fares with fresh, local ingredient’s married with beautiful water views and charm unlike anywhere else, Dunedin’s Food Tours is sure to make foodies palate dance.