If you live in Hull and want to travel, you don’t have to go very far. The county of England, North Yorkshire, can offer you so many different landscapes as pasture, hills, cliffs and port, especially in North York Moors National Park. As it happens, the coast is the perfect place for your next destination. Last week I went there, so here is an idea of what you can do in one day or more if you want.
→ Start the day at Robin Hood’s Bay, a small fishing village. First of all, take a walk in the very small streets. Then find the sea wall mosaic, admire them as well as the view and finally take the path to the beach.
→ Continue your trip to Whitby, a seaside town. The city is cut in two because it’s at the mouth of the River Esk. Strolled on the lively harbour and the pier to admire the city view. Then take a walk to St Mary’s church and its graveyard and end with the ruins of Whitby Abbey. As it’s on the top of a cliff the view is amazing!
→ For the end of the day, go to Staithes, an other small fishing village. The particularity of this one is that it is surrounded by two cliffs. You will feel very small there. Discover the streets and then go on the pier, sit down and enjoy the #sunset.