"North Promenade" Bridlington Things to Do Tip by Britannia2

Bridlington Things to Do: 13 reviews and 20 photos

  North Promenade
by Britannia2
 
 

Leaving the harbour and walking north is a mixed bag of things to see. The rather tacky small funfair that was built much to the annoyance of local people (agreed as it spoils the harbour area) is the first thing you see and then a row of amusement arcades but with two very good coffee/ice cream parlours that are easy to miss here. Past Leisure World and then some small hotels and then a wonderful walk out to Sewerby with sweeping views out to sea and Flamborough Head in the distance.
The sand at north bay is firm and clean and great for beach games and building sand castles. The public toilets are of a high standard and there are new beach huts too. The beach becomes wild and rocky as the promenade rises to become part of Flamborough Head and there are small rock pools to play in and explore.
Sewerby is a pleasant village at the end of the Promenade and a land train runs along the promenade if you are not able to walk along to Sewerby.

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  • Written Jun 23, 2011
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