Some great places nearby to visit-

North Landing

North Landing is just a short drive or pleasant walk away. It has a steep path down past the old life boat house and fishing boats, and steps down to the lovely beach. At lowtide there are rock pools and some large caves. Most days there are sea fishing trips from here. At the top there is a Car Park, Toilet, Cafe and shops


Thornwick Bay

On the road to North Landing, turn left just before the Viking pub.There is a gently sloping path down to the big main bay or some steep paths to climb down to the small Thornwick bay. Lots of great rock pools and small caves to explore. At the top there is a small cafe open in the summer.



South Landing

On the South of the headland there is a good beach at South Landing. There is a a road down to the beach with parking at the top. From here you can walk to Danes Dyke and on to Bridlington if you want. Flamborough's RNLI Lifeboat station is at South landing. This station has operated for 135 years. There's lots of great information including recent call outs at their web site


The Lighthouse

At the end of the headland is the Flamborough lighthouse. This is the "new' lighthouse built in 1806 and open for visitors at certain times. Further in land is the old chalk beacon tower built in 1674. From the light house there are great walks round to South Landing or to past lovely bird cliffs to North Landing. You can also walk down the cliff paths to the rock pools at Silex bay.



 Danes Dyke

Danes Dyke is an Iron Age excavation that cuts a massive dyke right across the peninsular effectively cutting off 5 square miles of the Flamborough headland. The southern end of the dyke runs down to the sea and includes lots of great nature trails. From here you can walk along the beach to Sewerby and on to Bridlington.

Sewerby Hall

Bempton bird sanctuary