Surfing in Yorkshire
The Yorkshire Coast is one of the best areas for surf in England. This stretch of coastline boasts some of the UKs finest beaches and with its natural geology creating spectacular surfing conditions, it makes the East Coast a perfect place to stay for a surfing holiday.
The popular surfing resorts like Cayton Bay, Scarborough, Saltburn, Bridlington and Whitby have some great accommodation on offer, from camp sites, glamping and caravan parks, to self-catering and B&Bs by the sea, use our search tool below to help find and book your base.
And, if the surf decides not to play ball, and you're not one for sitting around twiddling your thumbs, take a day trip out to the North York Moors. A quick 10 - 20 minute drive and you'll find yourself surrounded by some of the most picturesque places to go for a walk or long-distance hike. There's some brand-new bike trails too, with routes on offer for all abilities. You should also consider checking out the guys at Pesky Husky - great fun!
Sandy family beach backed by hills and cliffs. Scarborough castle dominates the skyline overlooking the beach.
South Bay has a large sandy bay with good facilities, child friendly amenities and is popular with families. There is a working harbour with a small fishing fleet and a new marina for yachts and pleasure boats.
9 miles/14 kilometres north-west of Whitby. Down a steep slope this picturesque popular coastal village has tightly-packed houses and cottages line the main street which leads into the harbour.
Cayton Bay has a magnificent wide sweeping bay, a year-round dog-friendly beach, clean water, affordable parking and great facilities. Cayton Bay is a magnet for holidaymakers and is a beautiful place to explore.
Whitby Beach is a sandy blue flag beach, set among fine stretches of the Yorkshire coast with spectacular cliffs and bays.