Yorkshire Coast

For over one hundred miles, from the tip of Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary to the River Tees in the North, the county of Yorkshire looks out over the grey North Sea. The coastline brims with delights: dramatic cliffs, secret rocky coves, bustling fishing villages, wide sandy beaches, lively seaside towns, and for much of its Northern section forms part of the North York Moors National Park. It's a place I've visited for longer than I'm able to remember, but whenever I go I remain as inspired and excited as ever by that first glimpse of the sea. 

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