Yorkshire covers a large area of North East England that includes several major cities including York, Leeds, Hull and Sheffield not to mention a large stretch of coastline. Coastal towns in Yorkshire include Scarborough, Bridlington and Whitby and of course the expansive and well know Yorkshire moors, which has been a national park since the early 1950’s.
If you’re looking for a beach holiday in Yorskhire then you can’t go far wrong in Whitby, with beaches either side of the River Esk offering both a sheltered, dog friendly beach on the east side, while on the west there is a large sandy beach full of colourful huts. Filey has a long sandy beach with a promenade of beach chalets, here you can also find plenty of campsites including Havens Blue Dolphin centre
Other beaches of note include Robin Hoods Bay, Bridlington Beach, the picturesque Staithes Beach, Runswick Bay and Sandsends Beach. Between all these beaches you’ll find every variation from Sand to Pebbles and quiet little coves to long expanding sands.
For the sightseer there’s plenty to see and do in Yorkshire. The National Railway Museum in York is the number 1 tourist attraction in Yorkshire on Trip Advisor. There’s also the National Coal Mining Museum in Overton and the York Bird of Prey Centre in Huby. And of course no visit to Yorkshire would be complete with seeing the Moors or the Dales.
Fancy a bit more action and adventure? Then you won’t be disappointed in what Yorkshire has to offer. How about starting at Go Ape! At Dalby Forest. With tree climbing, zip slides and all set 120 above the forest there will be plenty to test your nerve. There’s plenty of activities to be found throughout the area, especially around the Dales. You can find Segway tours, Land Rover expeditions, Kayaking, Water-Ski, Mountain Biking and Paint ball. All the adventure you could need is there to be found
Take a look below at this list of caravans and holiday parks we have listed in Yorkshire and book your next holiday.