Bridlington holidays are geared towards lazy days relaxing on the beautiful beaches, but if you want to be a bit more active during your stay, there are plenty of lovely walks in this area. Whether you seek an easy stroll or something a bit more challenging, there are many walks in Bridlington to suit every level of walker.
Bridlington Old Town
If you’re looking for an easy walk where you don’t need to stray too far from your Bridlington Holiday Cottages, this circular, flat walk is ideal. It starts and ends at the Sports Centre, and takes in interesting views of the Old Town along the way. The route is just 2.5 miles, so shouldn’t eat too much into your day.
Another easy walk not too far from the holiday cottages in Bridlington, this route is 3 miles long and affords lovely views of the Old Town, fields and farms. Again, you start and finish at the Sports Centre, heading towards the direction of Pinfold Lane.
This easy walk should take about an hour, and provides views of a church and an allotment along the route. The Sports Centre is again your start and end point, and you can choose whether to take the longer or shorter version of this walk, depending on how energetic you are feeling!
Sewerby Hall to the Spa
This 5-mile, seafront walk starts and ends at Sewerby Hall, and offers you the perfect opportunity to view two of the town’s most iconic buildings. Much of the walk covers the lovely Bridlington Promenade, so this route offers the perfect blend of coast and culture.
Bempton to Buckton
You need to head to the outskirts of Bridlington for this walk, which is rated as moderate. Starting and ending at the RSPB visitor centre at Bempton Cliffs, this circular, cliff top route promises jaw-dropping views and is a must for anyone interested in bird life. Expect a mixture of slopes, stiles and gates along the way.
You can find out further information online or in leaflet format about these and other walking routes around Bridlington.