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The delightful coastal town Saltburn-by-the-sea bestows plenty of Victorian charm and thrills. From the water balanced cliff lifts to the last remaining pier in Yorkshire, Saltburn promises its visitors an authentic seaside experience!
There’s plenty to entertain too as the town has an up and coming arts scene, lots of restaurants and plenty of daring water sports to try.
Saltburn-by-the-Sea, commonly referred to as Saltburn, is a seaside town in Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire, England, around 26 miles south-east of Hartlepool and southeast of Redcar.
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Attractions in Saltburn
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Award winning Saltburn Beach
For the second year in a row, Saltburn has been recognised with Blue Flag status for its high-quality seawater, clean beach and its beachside amenities.
Saltburn beach joins the country’s very best beaches, from popular holiday spots to quiet, more hidden-away spots.
What unites them all is knowing that they are clean, safe and meet the highest environmental standards, as well as the tough international bathing water quality standards.
Saltburn on the Map
Saltburn and nearby Marske are both actually called “by-the-sea” – so it’s marked on the map as Saltburn-by-the-sea.
You can find Saltburn just down the coast from Redcar and Markse, and north of Whitby.
Arriving in Saltburn by Train
There is a train station here on the Middlesbrough – Saltburn line, on which this is the final stop, making it accessible for those travelling by rail. Specifically, you’ll change at Darlington if travelling on the East Coast Mainline, to take the Middlesbrough line, and you may change at Middlesbrough too, but it’s a scenic route if taken during the day as it travels down the coast from Redcar, to Marske, and finally to Saltburn, the last stop.
Other locations worth a visit in North East Yorkshire include Middlesbrough and Redcar. Inland, you’ll find terrific towns like Yarm and Stokesley.