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Coble Landing, Filey

Coble Landing, Filey

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Filey Coble Landing is a cobbled and concrete structure at the north end of Filey beach. It has historically dated back to the roman times in the late 4th Century when Filey brigg was used as a safe harbour. Since this time until recently the local fishing trade had thrived.

However, tourism has now taken the forefront and the Landing is now used for a mixture of commercial fishing, passenger vessels, pleasure craft and tourist arcades and cafes along with the longstanding RNLI station operating between Gristhorpe and Flamborough Head.
The landing is also the main place to launch day boats in the area, down the Landings slipway.

Filey Coble Landing is home to approximately 7 traditional fishing cobles. All these vessels are allocated numbered spaces on either side of the roadway on the landing.

On-site cateringPublic toilets

Children welcome


Coble Landing, The Beach,
North Yorkshire,
YO14 9LF



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Map reference: TA 120809  Lat: 54.21161 Long: -0.28410

Within walking distance:- From the railway station turn right following signs to town centre. At the Evron Centre walk dwn hill to seafront and turn left.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Filey station


  • On-site cateringOn-site catering
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome