Yorkshire has a wonderfully diverse coastline stretching from Saltburn and Staithes in the north, following the Cleveland Way down to Spurn Point south of the Humber.
Let us help you explore the area – whether you want to travel through Captain Cook Country exploring the fishing villages of Staithes, Whitby or Robin Hood’s Bay. Discover the Victorian seaside resort of Scarborough or view seabird colonies on the chalk cliffs at Bempton before travelling to the lighthouse and rock formations at Flamborough Head. We can also take you to the geographical wonder, the spit that is Spurn Point.
We can do driver guided tours with short strolls to explore each stop or we can arrange guided walks for the more energetic such as the Staithes to Whitby route.
Staithes, Whitby & Robin Hood's Bay Tour
Experience the quaint fishing village of Staithes, a picture postcard village with tiny cottages clinging to the cliff side. Then venture to Whitby with its gothic abbey, whaling heritage and of course Dracula connections.
Bempton, Flamborough & Bridlington Tour
A trip to the Yorkshire Wolds to visit the seabird colonies at Bempton Cliffs before stopping at Flamborough Head with its lighthouses and chalk rock formations. We will finish the day with a visit the seaside town of Bridlington.
Staithes to Whitby Guided Walk
Feeling fit and looking for adventure? This is quite a strenuous 14 mile walk along the cliff tops from Staithes, passing Port Mulgrave, Runswick bay and Sandsend to Whitby. There are great views to be had the whole way!