Looking for somewhere to enjoy the hot weather this Easter weekend? There are no greater views than that of the lesser-known North Landing beach at Flamborough Head, which can be found by just heading further up from Bridlington.
As the weather warms up, there’s nothing like a refreshing breeze off the ocean and a paddle with an ice cream cone in hand to relieve the suffocating heat.
However, while we enjoy taking our family to the beach to create sandcastles and go rock-pooling, so does everyone else, and the beaches may quickly get overcrowded.
North Landing’s lovely beach has an intimate air to it, as though the white chalky cliffs of Flamborough encircle you and make you feel secluded. The natural cove, which is made up of soft sand and stones, is ideal for swimming, cave exploration, and rockpool hunting for marine life.
There is a cafe at the top of the hill that serves food and drinks, so you won’t have to worry about packing a picnic if you don’t want to. You’ll have one fewer thing to lug down to the beach.
Flamborough Head is unquestionably one of the UK’s most magnificent natural beauties. With its jagged white clifftops, strange arches, and breathtaking sunsets, it’s like our own Jurassic Coast.
Flamborough Head is a favourite among local photographers because it is the ideal site to sit and watch the sunset below the horizon.
Explore the amazing arches of Flamborough’s chalky constructions by canoeing around the bay, relaxing on the sun trap of a beach between the cliffs, looking out to sea from atop the cliffs, or facing the chilly sea to explore the sun trap of a beach between the cliffs.
The Boathouse Burger and Grill, which is close by the cliffs, serve ice cream, and the North Landing Cafe & Caravel Bar serves beer and light fare.
At Flamborough Head, the cliffs (or, as one is called, the drinking dinosaur) are the stars of the show. If you go at sunset, you’ll be in for a real treat.
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Feature Image Credit: Photo © Peter Wannop (cc-by-sa/2.0)