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From the rugged rocky headland and colourful seaside traditions of the South Bay, to the bright beach huts of the award-winning sandy North Bay, Scarborough has all the ingredients you need for a classic beachside break.

Scarborough Castle

Local Secrets...

Visit Mount Misery

Experienced bike riders will love the challenge of Mount Misery at Wykeham Forest.

One scoop or two?

Don’t leave Scarborough without trying a lemon top ice from Pacittos. The original and the best!

Little Donkeys

Look out for Freddie the donkey on Scarborough beach. He’s a local celebrity, having won the coveted Best Individual Beach Donkey prize!

A town of two bays

A place of two halves and two bays - rocky South Bay and award-winning, sandy North Bay - Britain’s ‘original’ seaside resort is where traditional meets contemporary and where seaside kitsch meets Victorian genteel spa.

Fun for all the family

There’s so much to do in Scarborough. Take a speed boat trip along the harbour, treat the family to a lakeside picnic and feed ducks in the tranquillity of Peasholm Park before watching a re-enacted sea battle in miniature – a charming way to spend an afternoon. Finally, don’t miss the underwater aquatic delights of the Sea Life and Marine Centre – perfect if the weather’s not on your side!

Scarborough’s historic past

Delve below the blissful sandy surface and you’ll find a courageous historical grit that provides Scarborough with a charming character. Scarborough Castle, which towers over the two sweeping bays, offers visitors the chance to explore 3,000 years of turbulent history.


Take a ride

Donkey rides are still as popular as ever, thrill seekers could get their fix the old fasioned way.


Peasholm Park

Feed the ducks, hire a row boat, or watch a re-enactment of a sea battle in miniature on the pond.


The arts

There is always something showing at the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

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