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Malton is a pretty Yorkshire market town, located on the north of the River Derwent on the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire.
The town is known as a top foodie destination with its famous food festival, monthly food market, Malton Cookery School, traditional food shops and ‘Made in Malton’ artisan producers. It was Antonio Carluccio who first called the town, “Yorkshire’s Food Capital!”. It also has a large number of excellent independent shops.
Where to Stay – Accommodation in Malton
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Things to do in Malton
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Malton Visitor Attractions
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Malton on the Map
Malton is in the North York Moors, between York and the Yorkshire Coast.
FAQs About Malton
Is Malton Worth Visiting?
It’s well worth visiting, particularly if you like food. Foodies will find Malton is one of the best towns in North Yorkshire in terms of options.
Journey into the North York Moors, take a trip to the Yorkshire Coast, or head to the ancient cobbled streets of York for a day of shopping amidst historic splendour. Also see our North Yorkshire page.
What day is Malton market?
The market takes place every Saturday. There are also livestock markets at the auction mart twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays.