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The beauty of the Yorkshire Coast lies in its expansive and eclectic appeal. Every mile of our feature-laden coastline has a story to tell – how you write your chapter during your stay here is entirely up to you.


Jess Glynn To celebrate the great things which are going on up and down the stunning Yorkshire Coast Discover Yorkshire Coast are giving YOU the chance to WIN 2 tickets to see the amazing Jess Glynne at Scarborough Open Air Theatre. on Friday 11th August 2017!


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Discover Yorkshire Coast Scarborough

The historic spa town of Scarborough is the meeting point for the storied past and the futuristic innovation of the Yorkshire Coast. Dominating the skyline from both sides of the bay, Scarborough Castle offers visitors to the town an immersive and educational experience, and a visual reminder of Scarborough’s indelible link to its history. However the area continues to evolve with the times and has expanded its repertoire continually in the 280 years since the Georgians heralded Scarborough ‘England’s first resort’.

Discover Yorkshire Coast ScarboroughThe north bay of Scarborough is home to the Open Air Theatre, the largest of its kind in Europe, and a venue that regularly hosts performances from the biggest musical acts in show business. Situated behind the theatre the all-new, multi-million pound Alpamare Waterpark pairs high-octane thrills with world-class family facilities. Peasholm Park offers a chance to take a pedalo trip around the boating lake, walk in nature and meet some very friendly squirrels, while the Sea Life Sanctuary is home to the most entertaining colony of penguins on the East Coast.

The traditional stress-busting seaside experience continues to attract visitors to the south bay’s selection of amusement arcades, 50’s themed-ice cream parlours, freshly-caught seafood stalls and waterside chalets. If you’re the type who needs to feel the wind in your hair and the blood pumping in your veins, however, Scarborough’s outdoor activities cater to even the most avid adrenaline junkie; our picturesque shoreline and wild waves draw in surfers all year round, while our sky-scraping cycling trails allow you to track the tyre marks of Sir Bradley Wiggins along the routes used in the Tour de Yorkshire.Discover Yorkshire Coast Scarborough

If you seek a gentler thrill in the great outdoors then the views available to both ramblers, on our countryside footpaths, and golfers, on our parkland and linksland layouts, are equal to anything you can find in the UK and beyond.

An ideal jumping off point for exploring the length of the Yorkshire Coast, make Scarborough the start of your journey of discovery this year.

Scarborough is waiting, the only question is – why are you? Book your stay at Britain’s first seaside resort today.


Discover Yorkshire Coast WhitbyThe tranquil harbour town of Whitby is famed for its inextricable links to both its seafaring and literary past. Thousands of visitors arrive in town every year to learn about the formative years of Captain James Cook, while vampire fans from across the globe continue to make the pilgrimage to Whitby to absorb the gothic architecture that inspired Bram Stoker’s classic horror novel Dracula.

Discover Yorkshire Coast Whitby Whitby was a vital cog in Victorian England’s Jet Mining industry and Whitby Jet is reputed to be the very best in the world. Church Street houses Whitby Jet Heritage Centre, where you can view the last remaining authentic Victorian jet workshop, before purchasing the ‘black amber of the north’ for yourself in the many jet shops close by.

Whitby’s picturesque coastline transforms at nightfall and the stunning moonlit ocean views afforded from the grounds of Whitby Abbey are worth every one of the 199 steps required to get there. Photography opportunities can be found in every corner of the town, with our Blue Flag beaches and the famous Whalebone Arch among our many essential selfie spots.

Discover Yorkshire Coast WhitbyThe North Yorkshire Moors Railway takes budding students of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry along the same rail line as the cast of the Harry Potter film saga, whilst vintage & retro devotees can enjoy an authentic tea dance and a night at the movies at Whitby Pavilion Complex.

Offering a diverse blend of maritime history, coastland culture and fan odyssey your visit to Whitby is sure to stay with you long after you’ve left.

There’s no welcome like a Whitby welcome – book your stay with us now.


Discover Yorkshire Coast Filey

Filey’s rich mix of relaxing beaches, clifftop byways and coastal wildlife make it the ideal destination for those seeking a secret seaside getaway.

Discover Yorkshire Coast FileyFrom the northern Brigg, sweeping southwards to Bempton, Filey’s miles of golden coastline presents ample opportunity for exploring the resident wildlife. The famous RSPB reserve continues to be a popular draw for ornithologists, while Filey Dams, a cluster of freshwater lagoons under the care of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, brings you into close contact with a variety of birds and animals.

For culture lovers, Filey Evron Centre is the town’s artistic hub, playing host to exhibitions, movies and live music, and throughout Spring and Summer Filey’s streets double up as stages for live performance during both the Steampunk Seaside Spectacular and the world-famous Filey Folk Festival.


A wealth of shoreside wildlife, cracking coastal cuisine and stretches of everlasting sands – Filey is your first stop for family recreation this year.

Think fun, think friendly, think family – think Filey. Book your stay here today.


Bridlington’s breathtaking clifftops and spectacular seaside scenery are amongst the most recognisable on the Yorkshire Coast. In keeping with its close neighbours, the town has undergone a multi-stage redevelopment in recent years, augmenting the ancient landmarks situated in the area with brand new, modern innovations.

Bridlington Harbour pre-dates the Roman settlement in Yorkshire and along with the Augustinian Priory, Bayle Museum and Harbour Heritage Museum Bridlington boasts a hoard of historic landmarks and notable places of culture.

Nature lovers will marvel at the selection of birdlife that haunts the Bempton Cliffs, while Bridlington’s beaches offer a chance to bathe, relax and watch the day go by in some of the cleanest surroundings on the coastline.

Golfers visiting Bridlington will find the pair of 18 hole golf courses in the town as difficult to master as they are easy to look at, while East Riding Leisure Centre manages to contain swimming, climbing and cycling under one action-packed roof. Bridlington Spa, meanwhile, has firmly established itself as one of the nation’s elite venues for live music and stand-up comedy.

Visit Bridlington and join the revolution of one of the Yorkshire Coast’s best-loved resorts.

We set the scene, you set the pace - book your Bridlington getaway today.


Your exploration of the Yorkshire Coast needn’t start and finish with the main points on the map; from Spurn Point and Saltburn-by-the-Sea, via Robin Hood’s Bay and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the assorted towns, villages and districts which neighbour the principal resorts are stuffed with historic locations, culture and adventures just waiting to be found.

Bring your spirit of adventure – we’ll provide everything else! Book your stay on the Yorkshire Coast now.

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1. Competition closes at 12.39pm on Sunday 9th July 2017.
2. Prize is a  pair of general standing tickets to see Jess Glynn perform at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Friday 11th August 2017.
3. Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and non-refundable.
4. No cash alternative is available.
5. The winner will be selected at random.
6. Standard Yorkshire Coast Radio Terms & Conditions apply

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