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Yorkshire Moors and Coast

Yorkshire Moors and Coast

From castles and abbeys to museums and galleries, there are plenty of great attractions to visit when taking a holiday in the Yorkshire Moors and Coast. Covering an area of 1,435 km², the Yorkshire Moors contain some of the world’s most stunning countryside. From the dramatic sea cliff views, to the picturesque hidden valleys, visitors will be amazed by the spectacular sights to be seen. Generally enjoying warm summers and relatively mild winters, the Moors also contain a wide variety of plant and animal habitats, including the high heather moors and sheltered wooden valleys.

Meanwhile, there is also a large amount of beautiful scenery to be found along Yorkshire’s Coast. From rocky cliffs to tiny fishing villages, the Coast is one of the UK’s most attractive destinations. Why not relax whilst watching the array of colourful boats on the working harbour, or take a leisurely stroll along one of the beautiful stretches of white sand? Three charming seaside resorts can be found along Yorkshire’s coastline. Children can enjoy an ice cream and donkey ride at Scarborough, before the whole family moves on to Whitby to discover the town’s quaint cobbled streets and traditional cottages. Why not end the day by taking a leisurely stroll along Bridlington’s peaceful promenades? Of course, the Yorkshire’s Moors also offer a wealth of excellent walking routes.

Whatever you choose to do in the Yorkshire Moors and Coast, an unforgettable holiday experience is guaranteed.

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