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Robin Hoods Bay Beach Information
Robin Hoods Bay beach is a large beach in a small fishing hamlet situated on the Yorkshire Heritage Coast just south of Whitby, the bay is located on a steep hill and marks one end of the coast to coast walk.
This beach is a great family location with the beach being shingle with many rock pools and is also large enough to cope with the summer crowds.
The Coastal walk between Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay is one of the best parts of the Cleveland Way National Trail and you can imagine why in the 18th Century the bay was reported to be one of the busiest smuggling communities on the Yorkshire coast.
Facilities include toilets, pubs, car park (although at the top of a steep hill), restaurants, shops, slipway and the Old Coastguard Station is one of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park Centres, exhibition and tourist information all at one location.
Robin Hoods Bay Beach has been awarded a regional Seaside Award.
Robin Hoods Bay Beach is dog friendly and allows dogs all year.
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