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Bridlington is a seaside holiday resort and minor fishing port within easy distance to Whitby:

Bridlington situated on the East coast of Yorkshire. Bridlington lies north of Hull and the River Humber, just south of Flamborough Head. Further north of Bridlington lies the seaside holiday resorts of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby.

Bridlington is a seaside family holiday resort and minor fishing port on the Holderness Coast of the North Sea, in an area which is said to have the highest coastal erosion rate in Europe. Bridlington, with its beautiful beaches and brand new award winning promenades and gardens, offers a host of all weather activities. This famous seaside resort at Bridlington has an irresistible appeal for people of all ages and a special Bridlington welcome that is guaranteed to warm your heart. Bridlington has now become the venue for the British Open Darts Competition. Bridlington town boasts a superb shopping complex and two 18 hole golf courses. The seafront road-train takes visitors to all the traditional attractions, including funfairs and amusement arcades along the sea front.

Bridlington has its historic harbour area, bustling with activity particularly in Summer, hinting at Bridlington's fishing past heritage and the old town area further boosts its appeal. Touring the sights of Bridlington can be done using the famous Tuk-Tuk rides. Bridlington also offers easy access into the Yorkshire Wolds, and north to coastal walking around Flamborough Head and visits to Bempton cliffs Nature Reserve. This Nature Reserve is a family favourite too and Flamborough Head with its dramatic chalk cliffs which reach up to 130 metres at Bempton, is one of England's treasured designated heritage coastal areas. Take a sea trip aboard the Yorkshire Belle for pleasure boat trips around the Flamborough Head coast from Bridlington harbour.

Tourist places to visit in and around Bridlington are Flamborough Head, Park Rose Pottery, Hornsea, Withernsea, Cruckley Animal Farm, Bridlington Heritage Museum,  Burton Agnes Hall, Bondville Miniature Village. If you are with your family then maybe Bridlington's Leisure World, John Bull World of Rock and the Beside The Seaside Museum would be more suitable.

Places to visit from Bridlington:
Flamborough Head Bridlington  Flamborough Head
is a promontory of 8 miles on the Yorkshire coast of England, between the Filey and Bridlington bays of the North Sea. It is a chalk headland, and the resistance it offers to coastal erosion may be contrasted with the low coast of Holderness to the south. There are larger numbers and a wider range of cave habitats at Flamborough than at any other chalk site in Britain, the largest of which are known to extend for more than 50m from their entrance on the coast. Flamborough Head was featured on the television programme Seven Natural Wonders as one of the wonders of Yorkshire.
Hornsea Bridlington  Hornsea is a small seaside resort town and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England at the eastern end of the Trans Pennine Trail, a short drive from Bridlington. Hornsea is well known for its former pottery factory, Hornsea Pottery, which closed in 2000. The largest display of Hornsea Pottery in the world can be seen at the Hornsea Museum. The museum, which is located in Newbegin, the main street of Hornsea, also contains local history exhibits. Opposite stands 'Bettison's Folly', a tower built by a local business man in the 19th century. The tower contains the only fully working retractable flag pole in the country
Withernsea Bridlington  Withernsea is a seaside resort town and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, and forms the focal point for a wider community of small villages in Holderness. Its most famous landmark is the white inland lighthouse, rising around 127 feet above Hull Road. The lighthouse is no longer active and now houses a museum to 1950s actress Kay Kendall, who was born in the town. The Prime Meridian crosses the coast to the northwest of Withernsea.