Nestled within a chalk cliff edge on the Yorkshire Coast and surrounded by green hills, you will find the small bay of North Landing Beach.
The golden sand, shining white pebbles and picturesque views make North Landing Beach a wonderful spot to relax and picnic at. Though those seeking excitement can explore the sea caves and search for marine life in the rockpools at low tide.
North Landing is ideal for budding photographers and bird enthusiasts alike, as the dramatic cliff edge is home to numerous bird species, such as kittiwakes, guillemots and even puffins.
However, due be sure to check the tide times, as you could be stranded out on the rocks. Additionally, the walk down to the beach is quite steep, so those with mobility issues may find the journey quite difficult.