Flamborough Head is a stretch of rugged white cliffs surrounding a small village and is a great pet friendly place to visit, with plenty of pet friendly pubs and fantastic places to walk. The coastline with coves and beaches is perfect for a family day out, fishing, bird watching and hiking along the paths and for canoeing and exploring caves around the bay - this is only for the experienced enthusiast though. There is a scenic nature reserve and two ancient lighthouses nearby. The Living Seas Centre is also close by. There are regular boat trips and fishing trips around the coves during peak season.
The East Yorkshire Coast is ideal for everyone, families or couples. Perfect for a relaxing holiday, family fun or getting back to nature.
Bridlington overlooks the magnificent scenery where the countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds meets the sea and is surrounded by award winning beaches. South Shore beach is pet friendly all year round, which is ideal for families and dog walking.
Bridlington or "Brid" for short, is north of Hull and the River Humber and is just south of Flamborough Head in Bridlington Bay.
The bustling town of Bridlington and its surrounding areas are great places for a long or short break and accommodate all walks of life.
The town boasts a shopping complex, golf courses, fishing, boat trips, funfairs and amusement arcades and the seafront road-train takes visitors to all of these attractions. You can visit Burton Agnes Hall, Sewerby Park or Bondville Miniature Village. Family attractions include John Bull World of Rock, Beside The Seaside Museum and the brand new £25m Leisure Centre. The Leisure Centre has a range of activities for the whole family to enjoy including swimming, gym, climbing and classes. Parking at the Leisure Centre is free for up to four hours. There is regular entertainment at the Bridlington Spa boasting top acts plus the world darts championship event. Bridlington is a fun place to take the family.
Filey is a beautiful quiet small seaside town on the picturesque North Yorkshire coast between Bridlington and Scarborough. A perfect place to take a walk, build a sandcastle or do a spot of bird-watching. Early Spring you may even come face to face with a seal on the beach.
Further north you can find the picturesque towns of Scarborough and Whitby, which are both popular tourist attractions.
If you are interested in outdoor markets and car-boots, there is a large car-boot every Thursday at the Strawberry Fields in Bridlington. Every Wednesday and Sunday there is a car-boot and outside market in Skirlington, which is a good day out for the family.
Moving further South you can find the peaceful town of Hornsea with its Blue Flag beach, quaint promenade and towering Victorian Folly. Hornsea is a quintessential British seaside resort and is home to Hornsea Freeport Outlet Shopping Village where you can pick up a bargain in the wide range of outlet stores.