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Saltburn Beach

Local Area

Saltburn offers all that visitors would need for a holiday by the sea, with its long pier, eight miles of golden sands, rock pools, huge cliffs and a promenade with everything from coffee shops, fish n chips, to surf hire and a cliff lift giving access to the immaculately laid out town of Saltburn. Yet again you will find many lovely shops, bars, bistros, restaurants and take aways.

Saltburn also has its own small theatre that hosts many events throughout the year. Also a farmers market, craft and vintage fairs run frequently throughout the year.

There is plenty of activity to suit all ages in and around the area of Saltburn, famous for its serious surfing, and many lovely walks including the cleveland way.

For those wanting a relaxing holiday or short break, Saltburn is a good choice offering many relaxing bars and bistros, lovely beach walks and beautiful coastal views.

There are many places to visit in and around Saltburn such as the lovely valley gardens, which is a great haven for wildlife, trees and plants. The valley woodland center is ideally suited for young families offering challenging and fun activities. The valley gardens also has its own miniature railway, and adventure playground. The valley gardens and woodlands are suitable for smaller families also and all is pushchair friendly.

Within easy reach of Saltburn is the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors national park and lovely coastal villages including Staithes, Runswick bay, Whitby, and Robin hoods bay, all on a good bus route and railway.

The North Yorkshire Moors National Park. There is nowhere quite like the North Yorkshire Moors, containing one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the UK. This special place has been forged by nature, shaped by generations and combined with history gives an amazing, vibrant landscape rich in heritage and wildlife. Dotted throughout the NYM are bustling market towns and picturesque, timeless stone built villages nestling in peaceful dales, including the famous ‘Heartbeat Village’ of Goathland. Wandering sheep, tinkling streams, peaceful dales, forest and woodland walks along with stunning scenery and a meandering steam train with romantic journeys through peaceful dales is only just the start of this beautiful ‘Gods Own Country’.

Staithes. A unique fishing village with huddled cottages, towering cliffs and a small sheltered cove, ideal for walking, exploring or relaxing in one of the many cosy cafe’s, bistros and speciality restaurants.

Visitors to this quaint coastal village will be amazed by the history that surrounds it. Famous for its local lifeboat, Artists and historians, including well known painters and of course Staithes fishermen who still use the traditional fishing methods.

Known as the ‘dinosaur coast’ this village is also well know for the fossils that have been and still are found here.

Last but not least ‘Captain Cook’ who lived and worked in this seaside village before he found his passion for the sea.

Runswick bay. One of North Yorkshires prettiest destinations with its sweeping sheltered bay and stunning cottages, sandy beach and breathtaking views.

Tiny pedestrian lanes weave around this beautiful seaside village, the perfect place to spend a day wandering and exploring,or maybe take a picnic and find a place on the beach and admire the wonderful coastal views.

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