Tunstall Beach

Visit Tunstall Beach

Tunstall beach on the East Riding coast, is a popular spot for holidaymakers during the summer time. The beach is sandy and rocky in parts, and swimming can be dangerous here.

This part of the Holderness coastline has a lot of erosion, but walkers can enjoy the trails in the area. Behind the beach is the popular holiday park Sands le Mere.

The beach is famous for being the first point of the Prime Meridian in the UK. You will find the marker on the clifftop. Walkers can take the Greenwich Meridian Trail, which starts at nearby Sand le Mere holiday village.

Tunstall beach is dog friendly all year round.

This beach is …

  • Dog friendly
  • Great for walks

What to see and do

  • Walk the Meridian Trail
  • Birdwatching
  • Great for long coastal walks

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Places to stay

  • Holiday park
  • Self catering cottages

Holiday accommodation near this beach.

Sands Le Mere holiday village is located directly behind the beach. A popular holiday park with families each year.

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Have a great day out by the coast

Header Image by UKBeachDays

Getting There

Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.

LOCATION: Seaside Ln, Hull HU12 0JN
NEAREST TRAIN : Hull Station
Tunstall Beach Map

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