What To Do In Flamborough
They say that the little English village of Flamborough is East Yorkshire’s answer to Cornwall and, if you love nothing more than exploring rugged white cliffs, strolling along beautiful beaches and splashing about in the sea, no doubt you’ll agree with this particular assertion!
Flamborough really is a wonderful place to visit if you’re a fan of the great outdoors and you’ll find that there’s a huge amount to see and do here, keeping you very busy indeed. You’ll find your holiday simply flies by.
An absolute must, of course, is an exploration of the local coastline, ideal for bird-watching, hiking and sea canoeing, so you’ll enjoy being as active as you possibly can. Here, you’ll find yourself in a Special Area of Conservation and the village and its surrounding areas boasts a scenic nature reserve and two ancient lighthouses, so there’s a lot to check out.
If it’s beach life you’re after, however, then make your way to either North or South Landing. Here, you’ll be able to try your hand at rock pooling, kite-surfing and sea cave exploration.
And the history buffs among you will also find yourselves spoiled for choice. What about exploring the ancient hamlet of Rudson Monolith, situated between Sledmere and Bridlington? It’s thought that this could date all the way back to Neolithic times!
If you’d prefer to explore by car, this is also a great option and there’s a really stunning scenic drive you can take along the coastline and through some ancient countryside.
Start at Sewerby Hall and head towards Flamborough, then follow signs to Bempton, Grindale, Burton Fleming, Wold Newton and Langtoft. Check out the rest of the directions if you’re interested in seeing this part of the world by road… a great idea for a wonderful day out!
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