From family friendly seaside resorts to glorious stretches of golden sands and tiny fishing villages clinging to the stunning rugged cliffs, the Yorkshire Coast has something for everyone. Whether you want to enjoy award winning Fish and Chips beside the seaside or trying something more challenging such as cycling in the countryside, it’s the ideal location for your next UK Staycation.
Yorkshire’s coast spans close to 100 miles from Redcar down to Spurn Point, at the very tip of the edge of the Humber Estuary. In between, there’s so much to see, do and enjoy.
Create memories that will last a lifetime on the Yorkshire Coast; a destination not to be missed.
Table of Contents
Discover the Yorkshire Coast…
so much to see
Recommended: Runswick Bay
Beach of the Year winner in 2020, Runswick Bar is a delightful village nestled next to an amazing beach. Find out more about Runswick Bay here.
Yorkshire Coast Images
Yorkshire Coast FAQ’s
What is the best seaside town in Yorkshire?
Top seaside destinations in Yorkshire include: Filey, Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay, Runswick Bay, Sandsend, Bridlington, Scarborough, Hornsea and Saltburn.
What is the Yorkshire coast called?
The coastline in Yorkshire is home to some of the world’s best Jurassic and Cretaceous geology which has given it the nickname of the Dinosaur Coast. Fossils can easily be found on the beaches at Whitby, Staithes and Runswick Bay with Britain’s oldest dinosaur bone being found on Whitby beach in 2015.
Has Yorkshire got coast?
But of course! The Yorkshire coast is something to behold. Stretching for 45 miles, the coastline boasts vast beaches, dramatic cliffs, and charming seaside towns. From Dracula to the UK’s best fish and chips, the Yorkshire coastline is a diverse and impressive place.
Also nearby: North York Moors, North Yorkshire.