Bridlington has two distinct areas - the Old Town and Bridlington Quay. Highlights of the Old Town include the market and the Priory Church of St Mary. The Quay, meanwhile, is favoured by tourists for beaches, gardens and Bridlington Harbour.
There are two beaches in Bridlington - North Beach is an award-winning sand and shingle beach flanked by the stunning Flamborough Cliffs and a view of the harbor; South Beach boasts an array of traditional restaurants.
This historic hall and gardens is set in a wonderful cliff top position, with 50 acres of parkland and brilliant views across Bridlington Bay. The Hall's historical displays are fascinating, and there's a children's zoo, woodland walk and adventure playground, plus annual events such as medieval jousting and historical re-enactments.
Birds eye view
Bempton Cliffs is one of the best places in the UK for twitchers, with more than 200,000 birds heading to the area between April and August. There are five different cliff-top viewpoints with bird feeding stations, and each has cameras in place so you can see the action up close on TV.
Dane's Dyke Nature Reserve is a great place for walkers. The reserve is part of a stunning stretch of coastland and runs for three miles across the Flamborough headland. There are wonderful landscapes of wooded areas and a range of exotic trees, with lots of benches where you can chill out and take in the views.