Situated along the Yorkshire coast, the 2km long sandy beach of Barmston Beach is the perfect daytrip spot for all ages.
The clay cliffs backing Barmston Beach are battered by the North Sea, so you should steer clear of the cliff edges as erosion could weaken them. However, you won’t miss out on anything as you can follow picturesque routes or simply sunbathe on the sand away from the mainland.
Away from the cliffs, you can explore the remnants of pillboxes and other anti-invasion fortifications that were installed during the Second World War. Though it was once feared that Barmston could be the site of battle, the only fearsome creatures here nowadays are sand martins and perhaps other tourists!