The Sights of the Path
Beginning north of Bridlington in Wilsthorpe, near the Coast Guard Station, the path takes visitors past Sewerby Hall, a Grade I listed Georgian country house and along a 19th Century Promenade. Next, it carries onto the stunning chalky cliffs of Flamborough Head, complete with smugglers' coves and spectacular sea stacks, before arriving at the two lighthouses of Flamborough.
The path continues to Bempton Cliffs, home to half a million nesting seabirds each year, including Puffins, gannets and kittiwakes; the RSPB viewing platforms provide optimal viewpoints to observe the abundance of wildlife safely along the way. Finishing at Filey Brigg, this superb peninsula offers unrivalled views both north and south and concludes the new section of the path.