Now this is a walk that’s perfect for enjoying with your dog during a Filey holiday, and it not only takes in Filey Beach but also veers off into the countryside for a bit of a change. One minute you’ll be wandering the sands and looking out to sea and the next you’ll be watching your dog explore green fields as you head along the Centenary Way.
This walk is five miles long and should take around two hours to complete and it starts at the West Avenue pay and display car park. The terrain is easy to tackle thanks to its even pathways and grassy lanes, but there are one or two stiles that you’ll need to navigate.
Filey Beach welcomes dogs between October and Easter, so if you’re going to walk this route with your pet in tow then it’ll have to be out of season due to the beach section, but that said, you’ll have the sands pretty much to yourselves which makes this peaceful route even more rewarding. If you do the walk during the summer your dog will be welcome between the lifeboat station and the Brigg to the north, and from just beyond the beach chalets to the south.