The Yorkshire Coast from Spurn Point to Staithes

| December 11, 2015


The Yorkshire Coast from Spurn Point to Staithes

The Yorkshire Coast from Spurn Point to Staithes

The Yorkshire coast is one of the most beautiful and varied stretches of coast anywhere in England. So many places to see and things to do from the traditional resort to the wild and windswept cliff tops and amazing natural beauty. Let me be your tour guide as we journey along the Yorkshire coast from Spurn Point to Staithes and points in between

I was born and raised in Yorkshire and I have lived in the county for most of my life. I have visited the coast many times since childhood for holidays, day trips and pleasure and know it well. So I thought why not put down a little of my knowledge and experience of what the coast of my native county has to offer the visitor.

For each of the places we visit as I act as your “virtual tour guide” I have written about the place itself, some of the main attractions, history, what to and things to see. From the wilds of Spurn Point to the hidden beauty of Staithes it is all here for you with plenty of photographs too.

Inside the book you have my take on the Yorkshire coast based on my own visits and knowledge over the years. Whether you are considering visiting the area yourself or interested to learn a little about it I hope you will enjoy the read.

Just some of the places to visit along the Yorkshire coast which you will read about inside are:

    • Spurn Point
  • Hornsea


  • Filey


  • Scarborough


  • Robin Hood’s Bay


  • Whitby


  • And others too



This book is approximately 13,000 words long.

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Tags: Yorkshire, Yorkshire coast, Spurn Point, Skipsea, Hornsea, Bridlington, Flamborough Head, Filey, Scarborough, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby, Staithes, Travel to Yorkshire, England


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