Attractions Around The Area

Some of its greatest assets are the beaches at Bridlington and the surrounding areas. The two main ones being North Beach and South Beach at Bridlington itself. These are huge and too big to ever get crowded, they are also spotlessly clean. If it's something more rugged and mysterious you're looking for, you should visit the beaches around Flamborough with it's chalk walled caves and coves, once frequented by smugglers bringing in tobacco and brandy.


Is Golfing your thing, whether it's professional courses or just some pitch and putt fun, Bridlington has it all covered. Without travelling out of the area you have plenty of choice. In the immediate vicinity alone, there are three professional courses, Flamborough, Bridlington and the Links at Bridlington, which is on your doorstep. For those just out for an afternoon of fun there is also the pitch and putt course at Sewerby Park.


Bridlington and the surrounding areas are fantastic for walking, whether it's a casual stroll, or a more lengthy hike you are looking for, the area has all sorts of terrain to offer. The area offers a variety of picturesque walks around areas of natural beauty, including the local beauty spot of Danes Dyke. There are a whole range of clifftop walks both around the gnarled and jagged coastline around Flamborough and the soft sand dunes of the southside.

Sewerby Park

Sewerby Park has fun for all the family. Have a look around the small stately home and gardens. Take a stroll through the woodland walks, taking in wildlife, birds and flowers along the way. Visit Sewerby Park Zoo, with their ever popular colony of Humboldt Penguins. There are a wide variety of birds in the aviary, shetland ponies and Capuchin Monkeys. Have some fun playing golf or simply relax in the cafe with coffee and cake.

Bird Watching

Bird watching is very popular around the area. Partly due to the abundance of wildlife in areas such as Danes Dyke and Sewerby Park, but also due of the RSPB Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary, one of England's top wildlife attractions. It hosts over 200,000 seabirds. From the special viewpoints you'll experience grandstand views of the seabirds in action at one of the UK's largest and most important seabird colonies.