Bridlington South Beach is a fantastic vantage point for views across Bridlington Bay, and the best part is it’s one of those sandy beaches that just rolls off into the distance for as far as you can see (well, almost). Flamborough Head sits to the north, and South Beach extends all the way to Spurn Point at the mouth of the River Humber so if you fancy a walk along the shore you’ll have plenty to enjoy.
The Quality Coast Award to its name makes this beach a popular one with families and it’s a popular spot with anglers too. If you’re taking the kids along head to the end of the beach closest to the harbour for rock pools at low tide, and don’t worry if you haven’t got nets as the beach is close enough to the shops and promenade to nip and stock up before the explorers in your family start exploring!
There’s a seasonal dog ban at Bridlington South Beach and it’s an easy walk from the centre of town and the harbour area.