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Explore the East Yorkshire Coast this Spring!

Unearth the beauty of the East Yorkshire coast this Spring. Beat the summer bustle and enjoy the start of the sunshine by exploring the regions sweeping golden beaches, iconic nature reserves and gentle countryside plains. 

With 53 miles of coastline, you’re never far from a breath-taking view

Welcome to the beautiful East Yorkshire coast, where the arrival of spring brings colour and life, blooming flowers, and vibrant hues to the already picturesque landscape. 

Whether you choose a family fun beach day and traditional Fish and Chips in Bridlington, Hornsea or Withernsea or a quiet couple’s action-packed adventure walk around Flamborough Head finished off with the finest local seafood, East Yorkshire won’t disappoint.  

Bridlington boasts glorious sandy beaches, an original old town lined with traditional shops, and a 900-year-old working harbour. Choose to spend the morning browsing the delightful old town, complete with Georgian tea rooms, antique shops and art galleries or head to the award-winning promenades for a relaxing stroll in the crisp sea air.  

With plenty of locally sourced produce on offer from the local cafes, restaurants, and shops, take time to refresh before continuing to the nearby coastal villages of Sewerby and Flamborough, perfect for any walking enthusiast. Sewerby Hall is the place to enjoy spring daffodils by the clifftops. The Grade I listed mansion enjoys the most spectacular views over Bridlington and offers 50 acres of magnificent grounds to enjoy. 

Don’t miss out on your chance to visit Bempton Cliffs, hosting almost half a million seabirds. In the spring you may catch a glimpse of guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, herring gulls, fulmars, gannets and not forgetting the iconic puffins! Another of the local RSPB centres to our area is based at Spurn Point, featuring a three and a half mile stretch into the Humber Estuary, Spurn Lighthouse and the Spurn Safari Unimog!  

Hornsea Mere becomes a nature lover’s paradise in the spring and is classed as the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire. Full of charming eateries in the centre, Hornsea is also well known for its rich history within Hornsea Museum and Hornsea Pottery. Similarly, Withernsea’s welcoming atmosphere makes the perfect peaceful coastal retreat. From leisurely beachfront walks to the historic lighthouse and pier towers, you won’t be far from discovering the amazing value for money these destinations offer.  

Heading along the Humber to Hull, you'll find amazing attractions, free museums, and galleries, enjoy the impressive art collections in Ferens Art Gallery and step back in time at the Streetlife Museum! Embark on a journey through the world’s oceans and see fish, sharks, rays and even Penguins at The Deep. Then take a walk through the city’s historic old town with quaint streets lined with historic pubs and maritime buildings.  

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