Withernsea beach is a sand and shingle beach. The 19th Century pier of this old seaside town is no longer standing however there is a new promenade and famous lighthouse.
Find The Nearest Beach East Riding of Yorkshire
Planning a trip to East Riding of Yorkshire and looking for the nearest beaches. East Riding of Yorkshire enjoys approximately 85 km of coast, from the high chalk cliffs at Bempton and Flamborough Head, passing the Holderness plain, sandy dunes and the spit at Spurn Point by the Humber Estuary. From north to south, the seaside towns of Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea offer traditional attractions and beaches.
Barmston beach is a 2km stretch of sandy beach with rocks and pebbles backed by soft clay cliffs south of Bridlington. The land around Barmston is only just above sea Read more [...]
Thornwick Bay is a beautiful bay located on the Yorkshire Coastline at Flamborough Head near Bridlington. The bay does not have much sand and is a mix of shingle, pebbles Read more [...]
Bridlington North Promenade stretches for 2 miles from the North Harbour Wall up to Limekiln Lane. Land train runs along the promenade. Facilities include car parking, cafe, shops, promenade, children’s Read more [...]
Hornsea beach is a sand and shingle beach with wooden groynes. Popular with water sports enthusiasts and walkers. Facilities include parking, toilets, cafe/restaurant and shops.
Danes Dyke is a beach near Flamborough, Bridlington. The beach sits at the end of Danes Dyke, a local Nature Reserve that takes its name from the ancient ditch and Read more [...]
Wilsthorpe beach is part of a long stretch of sand just to the south of Bridlington on the Yorkshire Coast. This sandy beach is backed by sand dunes and low Read more [...]
Selwicks Bay is by Flamborough Head and has something to offer almost everyone. The beach is sand/gravel backed by high white chalk cliffs and at low tide, a long stretch of Read more [...]
Tunstall beach is a shingle/sand tranquil rural spot popular with families. Facilities include toilets, parking and pub.
Fraisthorpe beach forms part of Bridlington Bay with miles of sand. Fraisthorpe is a popular kitesurfing beach as it is quieter than Bridlington beach. No Facilities, parking at Auburn Farm.
South Landing beach is on the south side of the Flamborough Headland near Bridlington. South Landing beach is a curving sandy and pebble beach under cliffs. A great family beach Read more [...]
The South Promenade at Bridlington stretches 2 miles from the Harbour South Wall to the Boat Compound. Land train along the promenade. Facilities include car parking, cafe, shops, promenade, childrens Read more [...]