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 [...]
Seaside Award beaches in East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Unlike the Blue Flag beach award, each country also has its own seaside award to signify a good standard of beach and facilities. The awards evaluate a beach on water quality, information displays, environmental management, safety and services.
Below we list the current East Riding of Yorkshire beaches that hold a Seaside Award.
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 [...]
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.
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.
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.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]