Make the most of the East Yorkshire coastline.
The East Riding coast is home to plenty of award winning beaches from Flamborough down to Withernsea. Whether it is a quiet stroll on the beach or an action packed day with your family, there is a beach for you!
Fancy more than just one day at the beach? Then you can rent a beach chalet and make the most of your stay!
The East Yorkshire coast certainly boasts a whole host of beautiful beaches, spectacular landscapes, and hidden gems to explore. The vibrant and active coastal towns of Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea offer a range of activities, iconic attractions and a real 'beside the seaside' feel.
With so much to offer it's worth getting out and about to make the most of the East Yorkshire coast.
The iconic East Yorkshire coastline not only provides beauty, but a destination venue to be active. Whether you want to hit the beach for some volleyball, follow the Mile Marker trails, or enjoy one of the many exciting events on show...
So, try your first parkrun, explore a coastal walk or take a scenic cycle ride, there's plenty to do.
There's plenty to do in the East Riding from a fun family day out to Sewerby Hall and Gardens to exciting shows and comedies at Bridlington Spa, discover plenty of different local attractions.
If one day isn't enough, you can visit for a weekend away or a full family holiday at our 4 star graded holiday park in South Cliff.
Active Coast offers everyone the opportunity to get active, feel healthy and enjoy life on the East Yorkshire Coast. Centred around the vibrant coastal towns of Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea, the programme offers something for all ages and abilities all throughout the year. Come and join us and celebrate East Yorkshire's beaches, promenades and open spaces!
Coastal Services look after 84 miles of coastline and estuary in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The team have a dual role as a commercial operation providing tourism attractions and amenities alongside a more regulatory role with statutory and voluntary responsibilities. So what does that mean?