North Yorkshire Coast




North Yorkshire Coast 

Scarborough BeachNorth Yorkshire is situated on the east coast of Britain facing the North Sea. It is the largest county in area in the UK and has two large areas of moorland within it; the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. The county is home to around 1,070,00 people and the admin centre is Northallerton in the north of the county.  The coastline is around fifty miles in length and runs up to the industrial city of Middlesbrough which is on the banks of the River Tees.

There are three well known seaside resorts in the county - these are Scarborough, which was a fishing port but is now a seaside resort; Filey which is an Edwardian era resort town and Whitby which has a history of whaling and fishing but is now a popular seaside resort. 

Scarborough includes Filey 





Ukcoastguide 2019