DAY 1: Spurn Butterfly
The Green Hairstreak Butterfly inspired local artist Emma Stothard to create a sculpture which can be found at Spurn Point, aptly named the Spurn Butterfly.
This piece was woven by hand out of materials designed to weather and timelessly evolve with the elements at this stunning peninsula which we have claimed as Yorkshire's very own Lands End.
You can park up at the visitors centre and then take the walk down to the peninsula, or you can even book one of the wildlife trusts safari tours to take you down in style.
We have been watching to see how the piece is evolving, and from its start in glittering copper, it is now furnishing a burnished brown with flecks of verdigris.
There are some great places to stop off and stay, and Fairview Lodges is a great place to set up a base to explore the area.
If you are travelling in your camper or the van in tow, there are some great pitches around the small village of Patrington and if you like fishing, check out Patrington Haven.