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Bridlington Holidays: Why You Should Consider Visiting these Seaside Town

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Historic harbours, sandy beaches, the quirky old town, award-winning promenades—you will find that there is something for each and every person in Great Bridlington, one of East Yorkshire’s favourite tourist attractions.

You can spend your days at the beach searching for sea life, paddling, swimming, or just relaxing. In the evenings, you can whirl away your time walking along the majestic promenades that are to be found in town with your kids, family, or friends. This is just but a few of the things that come with Bridlington holidays. You can also enjoy the following while on holiday:

Visit Barmston Beach

Barmston beach provides an amazing stretch of white sandy beaches where many people, residents and non-residents alike retreat to get away from the hustle and bustle of their everyday lives. The flat beach is great for bird watchers who would like to watch seabirds flying in and out of the sea during the summers.

Bempton Village

A Bridlington holiday is not complete without a visit to the Bempton village. The village is located five miles from the seaside town and is widely known for its cliffs and nature resort. It is also known for breeding different types of seabirds, e.g., Fulmar, Black-legged Kittiwake, Common Guillemot, the Atlantic Puffin, and the Northern Gannet. You can spend a whole day watching the seabirds before retreating to your Bridlington Holiday Cottages in the evening.

Bridlington Harbour

The harbour is located in an area popularly known as Bridlington Quay. Here, you will find a small stream referred to as the Gypsey Race running into the sea. The harbour is a great place to spend your time, a fact that has proven true for people of all ages. You can expect to see all kinds of fishing trawlers bringing in their day’s catch from the sea.

The Old Town

Many people visiting Bridlington do not get to enjoy what this rusty old town has to offer as they are not aware of its existence. This is the place to visit if you are looking to for a historic experience, a chance to do some shopping, and enjoy some great cuisine. What’s more, it is within walking distance of the Bayle Museum and is only a few minutes’ drive from the Holiday Cottages in Bridlington.

Enjoy quality time by renting holiday cottages in Bridlington (http://bridlingtonholidaycottages.co/latest-news-offers/).

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