DAY 1: THE TOWERING CHALK CLIFFS
Drinking Dinosaurs to Puffin Paradise
Flamborough's North Landing beach must be one of the most photographed in the area with white sand, pebbles, and clear turquoise sea; it's not hard to see why this cove is called paradise.
Surrounded by bright white chalk cliffs and grassy hills, there are plenty of places for a photo op. As you explore the cliffs - watch out for the 'Drinking Dinosaur' attraction - a stunning rock formation that's a must-see in Flamborough.
Recommended lunch spot
Yorkshire produce using restaurant: The Seabirds
Take a seat at The Seabirds in Flamborough for a warm welcome and fantastic lunch; dogs are always welcome in the cosy outside seating area.
Light bites: Headlands Family Restaurant and Cafe
A quick hop from Flamborough is where you will find one of the country's top wildlife reserves at RSPB Bempton Cliffs. Home to nesting Puffins, Razorbills and Kittiwakes, to name a few.
Expect to glimpse a diverse mix of wildlife and enjoy nature trails that wind around the meadows and gardens.
The clifftop paths are stunning no matter the season; when the weather is rough, the views of huge waves crashing against the cliff faces are exhilarating and well worth it.
If you want a gentle walk, the 7-mile Flamborough Circular will take you around all of the key spots to visit, including the lighthouse and both bays.
Recommended dining spot
Shellfish speciality restaurant: The North Star
Coastal Inn: The Viking Hotel
Recommended places to stay
Caravan and Camping: Thornwick Bay Holiday Park
B&B: The North Star
Rural retreat ideal for group bookings: Manor House