There is an eeriness to the ever-changing eroding Heritage Coast. A land and seascape of high cliffs, golden sands, smuggler's caves, harbours, lighthouses, unique plant life and thousands upon thousands of seabirds protected by miles of RSPB reserves.

Beverley - Discover 1300 years of history



Just 20 minutes from Hornsea, and on the way to York, lies Beverley. Steeped in history, there is a variety of attractions. Georgian terraces, historic pubs, medieval churches, bustling weekend markets, ghost walks, museums and festivals. Beverley has it all,

York - Historic capital of Yorkshire


The ancient roman city of York is just 45 minutes from Hornsea, as one of Europe's most rewarding destinations, visitors from all over the world are attracted to Yorkshire's historic capital.

Whitby - The Land of Legends


Around 45 minutes north of Hornsea lies Whitby, and it's ancient Abbey, inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Whitby is also famous as the home of Captain James Cook, whose former home is now the Captain Cook Memorial Museum.

and it's charm and ambiance makes it a beautiful place to visit.



Hull is less than 14 miles from Hornsea with it's new 150 million pound St Stephens Shopping Complex, which also includes a multiplex cinema, the Hull Truck Theatre, and Albermale Music Center.


The Deep, one of the most captivating aquariums in the world is located in Hull. This award-winning visitor attraction is home to over 3,500 fish, including spectacular sharks and rays - making it the perfect family day out.

The Deep

The dramatic building which overlooks the Humber estuary was designed by Sir Terry Farrell and is only a few minutes walk from Hull Marina and the museums quarter. The Deep is operated as a charity dedicated to increasing enjoyment and understanding of the world's oceans.