East Riding of Yorkshire Beaches

East Riding Beaches

Whether you’re planning a staycation or a day trip with the kids. Use our coastal holiday guide to discover beautiful East Riding beaches.

Find your favourite East Riding Beaches

Find beaches in East Riding of Yorkshire, from bustling Bridlington to sandy beaches on the beautiful Holderness coastline.

Explore beaches in East Riding with our North East Coast beach guide.

Start at the first beach in East Riding. Then ‘Next beach’ to follow the coastline. Have fun!

East Riding of Yorkshire Coast

From Holiday parks to nature reserves the East Yorkshire coast has something for everyone to enjoy.

Full List of East Riding Beaches

Do you know the name of the beach you are looking for? See our full list of beaches in East Riding in alphabetical order.

Aldbrough Beach

North East Facing Aldbrough Beach is a popular holiday destination with a campsite right behind the beach.


Barmston Beach

Barmston is a sandy beach, stretching along a straight part of the North Yorkshire coast for 2 km, and is backed by low clay cliffs.


Bridlington North Beach

Bridlington North Beach is an award winning sand and shingle beach on the Yorkshire coast.


Bridlington South Beach

Bridlington South Beach is a popular family friendly sandy beach in Yorkshire. The beach is backed…


Dannes Dyke Beach

Dannes Dyke Beach is dog friendly and great for walks…


Easington Beach

Easington beach is part of the Holderness Coastline on the East Coast.


Fraisthorpe Beach

Just south of Bridlington, Fraisthorpe beach is popular beach on the east coast of England. This beach…


Hornsea Beach

An award winning sand and shingle beach ideal for a family day out at the seaside. The…


Kilnsea Beach

Visit Kilnsea Beach on the Yorkshire coast.


North Landing Beach

North Landing Beach on the East Yorkshire coast is a secluded bay backed by cliffs. Beach…


Skipsea Beach

Skipsea beach is a popular coastal destination on the East Yorkshire Coast, ideal for nature lovers.


South Landing Beach

Visit South Landing Beach


Thornwick Bay

Visit Thornwick Bay on the Flanborough Heritage coast.


Tunstall Beach

Tunstall beach on the East Riding coast, backed by Sand le Mere holiday park, famous for being the first point of the Meridian line in the UK.


Ulrome Beach

Visit Ulrome Beach


Wilsthorpe Beach

Wilsthorpe Beach is a great wide open golden sandy beach in East Riding of Yorkshire.


Withernsea Beach

Withernsea Beach is a popular seafront destination with a promenade, ornamental gardens andchildren’s play areas.


Common Questions

Yes, East Riding of Yorkshire has lots of holiday parks. Most of the beaches listed on this part of the coast, are backed by holiday parks.

The Greenwich Meridian line is at at Tunstall beach.

Thornwick Bay is the closest beach to Bempton Cliffs.

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What’s On along the Coast

Throughout the year there are a series of events and festivals taking place along the Coast. Find out What’s On from food festivals to cultural and sporting events.

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Get active on the beach

Find the best beaches for water sports. Learn to kitesurfsurf or sail at schools around the UK. Lessons are available to suit all abilities.

Enjoy the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire coast.

Explore other areas with our UK Beach Guide

Explore the miles of UK coastline with popular seaside destinations, coastal walks and water sports. Stop off at a beach for the day or walk or cycle the Coastal Trail.


From local seafood at Craster beach to sandy beaches and coastal castles Northumberland Beaches have a lot to offer.


Home to famous Scarborough Beach to the Dinosaur Coast in Runswick Bay there is lots to see and do along the Yorkshire Coast.


Enjoy the beautiful family friendly Tyne & Wear coast with broad golden sandy beaches stunning natural scenery and rich history.


Great for weekends away at the beach, the East Riding coast has plenty of sightseeing as well as water sports destinations.


Visit the the Durham Heritage Coast looking out over the North Sea, from Sandy Crimdon beach to sites of Special Scientific Interest.