Whitby has beaches on both sides of the River Esk. On the east side is the smaller Tate Hill, a sheltered sandy beach that allows dogs all year round. On the other side of West Pier is West Cliff, a larger sandy beach with colourful beach huts, …
A small picturesque beach situated on Yorkshire's heritage coastline. It is a popular haunt with fossil collectors and fishing enthusiasts and the cliffs provide shelter for the casual beach goer.
A picturesque bay with a golden sand beach which traditionally provided safe anchorage for fishing boats but is now more popular with holidaymakers.
A sandy beach situated between Redcar and Saltburn.
A sand and shingle beach backed by a promenade and with a pier. Visitors may ride in the Victorian tram which runs from the cliff to the promenade during the summer. This is a popular beach for surfing.
A long sandy beach set in a wide bay. In town, the beach is edged with a historical promenadeand beach chalets. Close-by to the north, Filey Brigg has some good rock pools to explore.
Sheltered behind one of the largest fishing ports on the north east 'dinosaur' coast. A small beach popular with families. Caution - bathing water quality samples taken on 25th May, 13th June and 7th July 2006 did not meet legal minimum standards.…
The beach is formed by sand, pebbles and chalk from the nearby Flamborough Headland - a Heritage Coast. The beach is backed by the Bridlington foreshore and town.
A large pictuesque bay with some sandy areas and extensive rock reefs exposed at low tide. Robin Hood's Bay has a dock for small boats and some good local pubs and restaurants surrounding the bay