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Explore the East Yorkshire Coast year-round!

Lined with lively seaside towns like Bridlington, Withernsea and Hornsea - each one is unique in character, but this stretch of coast is also alive with nature and wildlife and engraved with great walking and cycling routes - the perfect break in Autumn and Winter. 

Love East Yorkshire with its 53 miles of coastline, you’re never far from a breath-taking view.

Nothing says refreshed like a blast of fresh sea air and the glow of the sun on your skin. 

Whether you want to play games with the family on the sandy beaches of Bridlington, Hornsea or Withernsea, explore the rockpools and caves of Flamborough or wow at the wildlife at Bempton or Spurn Point, the East Yorkshire Coast won’t disappoint.  

In Bridlington discover award-winning dog friendly beaches, outstanding facilities, rich history, unique character and stunning scenery. Bridlington is the ideal choice for a getaway weekend away, or a day trip to explore the ‘real’ British outdoors.  

For outstanding family holiday value, look no further than Hornsea, stroll its lovely sandy beach and bustling prom, enjoy the all-age amusements and attractions whatever the weather.  Blow off the cobwebs at the largest freshwater lake in England, Hornsea Mere, and grab a bargain at Hornsea Freeport outlet village while Neptune Kingdom offers non-stop kids’ entertainment. 

Where better for a quick bolt to the coast than the traditional seaside resort of Withernsea? Golden sands and its own rather regal castellated entrance, the Pier Towers on a mile-long promenade sets this resort apart, there’s even a rare inland lighthouse, scale all 144 steps and you’ll be rewarded with amazing views of the Holderness coastline.  

For an off-season sense of well-being, make sure you visit Spurn National Nature Reserve, a unique and iconic site, internationally renowned for its wildlife and heritage. Access is on foot or by cycle only, making it beautifully peaceful, just pay close attention to any warning signs.  The newly restored Spurn Lighthouse sits within the wildlife haven of Spurn National Nature Reserve. Get back to nature along this special three- mile peninsula.  

For a great city break, Hull boasts free museums, art galleries, thousands of fish and sea creatures at The Deep, an award-winning aquarium. There’s also an ultra-fashionable Fruit Market quarter packed with bars, restaurants and independent shops, a bustling Old Town and a towering Minster waiting to be discovered. 

Whenever you visit, it’s easy to switch off and clear your mind on the coast in East Yorkshire.