East Yorkshire's Nature Coast
Flamborough Head is the most northerly location at which you can find coastal chalk cliffs in the UK and is the perfect place to discover coastal wildlife.
Bempton Cliffs are an RSPB nature reserve with over 200,000 nesting seabirds, including gannets and puffins
A unique coastal nature reserve, Spurn Point is a 3.5 mile long peninsula and ideal for spotting different wildlife and enjoying stunning views.
The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust provides a vast array of information on the Yorkshire Nature Triangle and how to get involved in preservation of the natural environment.
Lighthouses have always been a feature of our coastline, guiding ships to safety across the water. East Yorkshire is home to several lighthouses, some of which you can visit, others can only be admired from the outside. Our Lighthouse Trail is a scenic drive which takes you on a journey of the lighthouses history.
The other side of the seaside, here you will find the old High Street with its stunning architecture. The Priory Church, dating back to 1113AD, is celebrating 900 years in 2013. This stunning Church is a beautiful example of medieval architecture. The Old Town is also home to the Bayle, which is now a Grade I listed Building and scheduled Ancient Monument.