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This cosy coastal haven, with its relaxed seaside atmosphere, is the perfect location for a short family break. The flat rural landscape surrounding the town offers some magnificent sweeping views and a wild, windswept atmosphere; ideal for getting away from it all. The town also boasts some surprising historical landmarks, including a Napoleonic fortress and a huge nuclear bunker which runs award-winning tours.
Lighthouse At 127ft high, this historic structure is home to a museum and a RNLI lifeboat exhibition.
Castle on the beach Withernsea's beach boasts a tower-like entrance.
Withernsea's small sand and pebble beach boasts a grand tower-like entrance, plenty of delicious fish and chip cafés nearby and, further along the coast, the spindly and atmospheric Spurn Peninsula that stretches three miles out to sea.
If you're looking to spend the day in Withernsea, you must visit the newly refurbished valley gardens. Situated by the seafront, this beautifully landscaped space features children's playgrounds and a stage which plays host to open air concerts and events in the warmer months. For anyone who loves the great outdoors, the Spurn National Reserve is also a super place to spend an afternoon. Located on the Spurn Peninsula, this fantastically atmospheric rock formation plays host to rare plants, butterflies, seals and many migrating birds.
If you're planning to stay in Withernsea for a couple of days, it's well worth exploring the countryside surrounding the town:
I love the fact that it is everything the seaside should be about - amusement arcades, fish and chips and rock in every flavour and appearance imaginable - my favorite is always the bacon and egg on a paper plate.
The Sunday market is quite popular and you can often pick up some great bargains.
The town itself is quite small, but friendly, with loads of small, independent stores for an interesting afternoon browsing for gifts and souveniers.
The people are great, really friendly and the holidaymakers are known affectionately by the locals as diggers and the amusement arcades as ‘muggies’.