Yorkshire Coast

The Yorkshire Coast is a beautiful and unique Northern England coastline over 100 miles in length. It stretches from the River Tees Mouth north of Middlesbrough to the Mouth Of The Humber south-east of Hull. From north to south it boasts a string of lovely seaside resorts such as Redcar, Saltburn, Whitby, Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington and Hornsey. Nestled between these towns are many attractive coastal villages including Staithes, Runswick Bay, Robin Hood’s Bay, Ravenscar and Skipsea. The path along the Yorkshire Coast is part of the England Coast Path, which will be the longest managed and waymarked coastal route in the world. The section from Filey to Saltburn is also in use as part of the Cleveland Way. Visit Discover Yorkshire Coast and Welcome to Yorkshire for more information.


Yorkshire Coast walking routes

Bridlington and Flamborough Head
18 miles

Burniston and Hayburn Wyke
14 miles

Burniston and Ravenscar
15 miles

Filey and Scarborough
11 miles

Ravenscar and Cloughton
12 miles

Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar
9 miles

Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar Beach
10 miles

Sandsend and Hutton Mulgrave
14 miles

Sandsend and Whitby Abbey
14 miles

Staithes and Kettleness
12 miles